Polos GD32V Alef Is A Tiny RISC-V MCU Board Selling For $3 | Jean-Luc Aufranc, CNX Software

We first found out about GigaDevice GD32V 32-bit RISC-V MCU last summer, as an update/alternative to the earlier STM32 compatible GD32 Arm Cortex-M3 microcontroller from the company with higher performance and lower power consumption, while keeping the price identical.

The first low-cost GD32V development board we covered was Longan Nano going for $5 with an OLED display and an acrylic case. If you don’t need either or want to access all pins from the 48-pin MCU,  you can now order an even cheaper GD32V RISC-V MCU board with Polos GD32V Alef going for $2.99 on Analoglamb website.

article: https://www.cnx-software.com/2020/01/02/polos-gd32v-alef-tiny-risc-v-mcu-board/