The pioneers in the field of applied electronics and instrumentation, National Instruments (NI) Ltd. came up with myRio which is considered to change the future of lab study. Priced at $250 the note book sized product powered by USB can be easily carried on your backpack.
This product myRio is the successor of myDaq that does not require a separate initiator to run it while the former requires one.
Students can programme the FPGA and evaluate them in real time. So it is just enough to give the necessary instructions using the software and myRio does the rest. On unveiling the product, CEO Dr James Truchard pointed out to the development of a common platform which will help people to develop their own applications just like an iOS or android did.