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BBC Micro:Bit

BBC Micro:Bit V2.2 Go Kit

BBC Micro:Bit V2.2 Go Kit

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  • The BBC micro:bit V2.2 GO Starter Kit includes the perfect mini-computer to start learning to program and make it fun and easy.
  • The micro:bit Go is a bundle containing the best-selling Micro:Bit V2.2 board and all the essentials to get powered up and ready to programme.
  • The kit contains the Micro:Bit computer, a USB cable to connect to a PC, an AAA battery holder with AAA batteries, so you can start creating straight away.
  • The Micro:Bit comes with neat hardware such as a 25 LED display, buttons, in-built speakers, Bluetooth connectivity and sensors for temperature, motion & light.

BBC Micro:Bit V2.2 Go Kit

If you are looking to start programming or would like an exciting device to get young people interested in coding – then the BBC micro:bit V2.2 is perfect for you! The micro:bit Go box contains the micro:bit computer as well as a USB cable to connect to a PC and a AAA battery holder with AAA batteries so you can start creating straight away.

Created by the BBC working in partnership with other brands, the micro:bit is a small, programmable computer that has been designed to inspire children and young people to learn about programming and electronics in a practical and fun way.

This single-board computer has an impressive ARM Cortex m4 processor and 512KB of flash, making it a capable little device. The micro:bit comes in 4 colours and has various individually programmable inputs and outputs including a 5×5 LED matrix display, buttons, speakers and a microphone. The micro:bit also features a temperature sensor, accelerometer, touch-sensitive logo, and a built-in sleep/off mode.
It is compatible with lots of free online code editors designed for different knowledge levels across a number of different programming languages so you can find something to suit how you want to learn or teach. There are endless amounts of free projects, lesson plans and activities to try, so there is every reason to start your micro:bit journey today.

Video Tutorial of Microbit V2 Go Kit:

Key Features:

  • 25 LED matrix on the board where you can scroll messages or display numbers
  • Accelerometer to detect movement or tilting
  • Compass
  • Bluetooth connection to interact with the internet or other devices
  • 2 user input buttons
  • Micro USB connection to use with PC for programming
  • Port for a battery pack
  • ARM Cortex-M4 CPU
  • Built-in speaker and microphone
  • 20-pin edge connector along the bottom of the board


  • Digital watch
  • Fitness tracker
  • Games console

Package Includes:

  • BBC Micro:Bit V2.2
  • USB cable
  • Battery holder
  • 2x AAA batteries
  • User guide



BBC Micro:Bit


Micro:Bit V2.2


Nordic Semiconductor nRF52833 processor

Core Variant

Arm Cortex-M4 32bit processor with FPU

Flash Memory 

512KB Flash





Speed 64MHz
Dimensions(LXB) 40 x 50mm


120 grams

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1. What’s new with the Micro:Bit V2.2?

  • The BBC micro:bit launched in 2016 and has been a huge success globally, completely transforming the way children learnt about computing digitally. All of the features everyone loves about the micro:bit have stayed whilst some new ones have been added. The micro:bit V2.2 board is backwards compatible with other micro:bit boards, ecosystems and accessories. So you don’t have to worry about replacing any equipment you have.

2. How to get started with the Micro:Bit?

  • The micro: bit is super easy to use. You don’t need lots of complicated peripherals to get started – all you need is a PC or mobile device to programme it on. To get started you will need:
    • A micro:bit and battery pack with 2 AAA batteries
    • A computer, phone or tablet with internet access code editors to programme your micro:bit
    • If you’re using a computer, a USB lead to connect your micro:bit
    • For building and making projects with your micro:bit, some extra items that are great to have include headphones, crocodile clip leads and conductive materials such as aluminium foil and paper clips.
  • Once the micro:bit is programmed it will then stay in the flash memory and you can run it every time as many times as desired. Then you can re-programme it when you want to try a different project, 1 programme can be held at a time.

3. What is a BBC micro:bit?

The BBC micro:bit is a tiny computer made by the BBC. It's much smaller and faster than the old BBC Micro from the 1980s. Even though it's small, it's packed with features like LED display, buttons, sensors, and ways to connect like radio and Bluetooth. Some versions even have a microphone and speaker so you can hear and make sounds.


4. What is Microbit used for?

It helps kids grasp coding, programming, inputs, and outputs. Through projects like creating digital watches, step counters, robot controllers, games, dice, breathing patterns, night lights, music players, timers, temperature sensors, and more, children can engage in hands-on learning about computer science and STEM topics.


5. Is BBC micro:bit good?

Yes, a lot of people think the BBC micro:bit is great for teaching beginners, especially kids, about programming and electronics. It has a bunch of cool stuff you can use, and there are lots of free things online to help you learn and write code for it.


6. How much RAM does a BBC micro:bit have?

The BBC Micro:Bit V2.2 has 128KB of RAM.


7.What language does the BBC Microbit use?

The BBC Micro:Bit can be programmed using different languages like JavaScript, Python, and Microsoft MakeCode blocks. This makes it flexible and good for people at different learning levels and with different preferences.


8. Is Microbit easy to use?

Yes, the Micro:Bit is easy to use. It offers a simple interface, beginner-friendly coding options like Microsoft MakeCode blocks and Python, and plenty of educational resources for support.


9. Is Microbit good for kids?

The micro:bit is amazing for kids and fits perfectly into STEM lessons and after-school clubs. It's versatile, so you can teach coding, game design, and other cool stuff with it. You can use it on its own or with other things like Scratch or Arduino kits. It's also useful for science and math lessons.