Which is the best Arduino kit for a newbie ? In fact which is the best kit for a newbie anyway. Kerm's book mentioned the Arduino in the last chapter - it looks like a bit of fun and the "C" like sketching language will be good practice.

Any thoughts ?
ti83head, simply getting the latest Arduino model should be good enough for starters, although you'll want a few assorted LEDs, wires, resistors, sensors, and such to play around with. Once you get the hang of it and see what it can do, you'll understand better what other kinds of hardware you'd want to buy to connect to it.
  
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