|The New Arduino DUE, just look at all those pinouts!|
From the wired article...
"The new Arduino Due sports a considerably beefier set of stats, incorporating a 32-bit ARM-based microcontroller that can run up to 96 MHz. For comparison, standard Arduinos normally have an 8-bit, 16 MHz processor. It has 256 KB of flash memory and 50 KB of RAM (SRAM, to be precise). This more advanced processor should allow hackers and DIYers to create more advanced projects than have been possible with Arduinos in the past.
The Due will first roll out to developers, rather than immediately being released to the community at large. The company plans a final, tested release by the end of 2011."