Induino is a clone of Arduino which is made in India. It is an appropriate board for anyone to get started with baremetal programming, be it a programmer(userland) who would like to get the hang of how electronic/microcontroller works or an electronic guy who wants to make an inroad in programming arena.
Induino was assembled using thru-hole technology(thru-hole mounted), even though one of the chip namely FTDI (Future technology Devices international) is a SMD chip(which  requires quite a bit of soldering expertise). More of this here.
Induino unlike Arduino have lot many components on-board which assists in direct interaction than making use of additional electrical components(will require to use the component as the neurons demand more - in future)

Atmega 328 - DIP(Dual inline packaging)ref: Datasheet
8-bit microcontroller
Advanced RISC architecture
131 instructions
32x8 general purpose working registers
20 MIPS throughput at 20MHz
32K bytes of In-System self-programmable flash program memory
1K bytes EEPROM
2K bytes internal SRAM
Induino On-board peripherals (other than the man in charge Atmega328)
1 x TSOP(Thin small outline package) IR receiver
1 x IR LED
1 x LDR(Light Dependent Resistor) photo resistor
3 x LEDs
DIP switches
and many more

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