Development boards such as the ESP32 Pico Kit make handling easier, they come already equipped with all the essentials such as an antenna, a voltage regulator, and a USB interface. The use of pinheaders allows it to be plugged into a breadboard where an application circuit can be built around it. Some of the other necessary components such as pushbuttons, LEDs and a display are not always to hand.
This is where this ESP32-Pico Discovery Board comes in, along with these essential components it also has a potentiometer and 7-segment display on one neat board.
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