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Pro: It is a genuine Arduino, it is manufactured with higher quality than the knockoffs.
I really liked the acrylic case it came with. which surprised me. I like the removable AT mega chip. I frequently build projects without the Arduino boards, so the Uno becomes a chip programmer. Con: More expensive than the knockoff. but it is nice to support the program that provides all the free software. Note: I bought this also to deal with software issues, I use a lot of knockoffs and you really need an original board to help troubleshoot software issues.
I find Arduino is so popular and think it might be a good bridge between computer and functional instruments. I am wrong. With Arduino IDE, I have no problem to control the device. However, when I try to control it with other programming platform, I got stuck and don't know what serial commands should be used. I searched around for hours and did not get anything useful. Do they keep the basic commands as secret and force others to use their IDE?