The PICAXE-40X1 IC is the biggest, baddest PICAXE made. LOTS of power, memory, and ability, all programmable in a graphical flowchart-like language or easy-to-learn BASIC.
The PICAXE-28X1 is powerful, but how about being powerful AND tiny? Here's the surface-mount version!
The Freeduino is based on the open source project version of the Arduino Diecimila. We've adapted the design for more convenience as a semi-kit!
This 6' long cable allows you to program your PICAXE using a USB port on your PC.
Looking for a more flexibility out of your Sumovore, but you're not too up on programming? The PICAXE is a PIC-based solution, programmable with flowcharts - and we've added it to the Sumovore!
Written by Massimo Banzi (the co-founder of the Arduino Project), this nice little handbook walks you through the open-source hardware/software project that is Arduino!
The PICAXE-18 Tutorial Kit is a flexible PICAXE-18 development board that is ideal for the classroom or self study.
If you want to try out PICAXE microcontrollers and have found the 28X1 to be the one for you, this kit includes what you need to get on your way.
The 28-pin project board is fully-assembled development board which has been designed to allow rapid prototyping with the 28-pin PICAXE microcontrollers.