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The ES6-powered device with integrated Wi-Fi, BLE, touchscreen, speaker, and microphone — designed for developers to take ideas to prototype and production

Kinoma Create Version 2 is now available for the first time!

  • Skip the drudgery of starting from a bare board
  • Quickly explore ideas using the built-in color touchscreen which is also a powerful debugging tool
  • Speed up prototyping with onboard apps for common developer tasks
  • Demo ideas and conduct user tests, anywhere, with built-in battery and attractive case
  • Explore options with tons of I/O; 50 pin connector in the back, and 16 front-facing pins
  • Linux, 128 MB RAM, 800 MHz ARM v5t
  • Connected with Wi-Fi b/g/n/ac and Bluetooth 4.0 Low Energy


  • Color QVGA capacitive touchscreen
  • 800 MHz Marvell ARM SoC
  • Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n/ac, and Bluetooth 4.0 Low Energy with ANCS support
  • 128 MB RAM, 32 MB SPI Flash
  • microSD card slot
  • Speaker and microphone
  • Wired (USB) and portable power options — includes 2600mAh 3.7V Lithium Ion (Li-ion) 18650 rechargeable battery
  • No breadboard required for many breakout-board-based sensors
  • Custom, lightweight Linux distribution of the Linux Kernel 3.10.x, Yocto’s Poky Distribution
  • Digital input/output (20-36 GPIO, configurable), analog input (0-16, configurable), I²C (1 physical bus and two soft buses), Serial, PWM (19)
  • Front pins voltage level: 3.3V or 5V

In the box:

  • Kinoma Create device
  • Lithium Ion Battery
  • Charger and cable
  • Extra stands
  • Extra white front sensor cover

Compare Kinoma Create with Kinoma Element

Kinoma Create

Develop production-ready embedded devices with Kinoma Element — the scriptable, open source, palm-sized IoT kit with built-in Wi-Fi

Kinoma Element is the smallest JavaScript-powered IoT product platform.

Kinoma Element is instantly and always connected, designed to connect products to the cloud, to mobile, and to other IoT devices.

With a pair of eight pin expansion ports, Kinoma Element is endlessly configurable to the ideas and plans of prototypers. It works with off-the-shelf sensors, lights, motors, and actuators, which are programmed with the same JavaScript hardware pins module in Kinoma Create

Kinoma Element is JavaScript-powered. Execute in Place (XIP) technology is key to running JavaScript applications on a device with only 512 KB of RAM. The Cortex M4 in Kinoma Element saves RAM by using XIP to run native ARM code directly from flash memory. The XS6 JavaScript Engine runs scripts directly from flash memory by implementing XIP for JavaScript byte code. This unique combination of XIP for both native and byte code frees the majority of RAM in Kinoma Element for application data.

Kinoma Element is designed to take ideas from drawing board, to prototype, through to mass production using Marvell’s microcontroller line. Numerous companies—including August, Blossom, iHome, Rheem, and Xiaomi—have adopted other microcontrollers in this line for their IoT products.


  • FreeRTOS
  • 512 KB RAM
  • 200 MHz ARM Cortex M4
  • Wi-Fi g/n integrated into microcontroller
  • 16 programmable pins supporting: Serial, Digital, Analog, I²C, PWM
  • Enclosure for increased safety in development and testing

In the box:

  • Kinoma Element device

Note: A USB micro cable is required to power Kinoma Element. A USB micro cable is not supplied with Kinoma Element.

Compare Kinoma Element with Kinoma Create

Kinoma Element