The PIC.duino Net is a board that has the Arduino footprint, and can accept Arduino shields, but runs a Microchip PIC18F67J60 MCU. You can't use the Arduino environment to program it, but if you are familiar with the Microchip PIC18, you probably don't care. This board just brings one of the great things about Arduino to the Microchip world.
The PIC.duino Net has an SPI 2MB flash chip for storing web pages and associated resources. The SlicBus is there for connecting to SlicBus compatible sensors. A feature of the SlicMicro boards that is worth mentioning, because it is elegant in it's simplicity, is the addition of small holes on three corners. They allow you to stake the board down to a breadboard to keep it from sliding all over the place. I use big rubber bands to hold the Arduino, which prevent the breadboard from lying flat on the table.
It's cousin, the AVR.duino U+, has the same SlicBus, a USB port, and runs on an ATmega328P MCU.
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