W. H. Heydt wrote:
JxPond wrote:As far as power goes the difference between the Model A and B is like a watt. Unless you're running off of small batteries it's really not anything to be worried about. A night light uses more electricity. The Dual USB of the Model B, the Ethernet Port and the extra memory make the extra $10 dollars well worth the price.
I would start with the Model B and if your projects go external get a Model A.
I agree with the conclusion (and the previous poster who said, "get one of each." However....
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*Old* night lights with incandescent bulbs (7.5w), yes. *Modern* night lights with a LED (1.25w), not so much.
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Blue Canary in the outlet by the light switch is powered by a 4w incandescent as is Good Night Moon. I've yet to meet a child that believes that LED will protect you from anything other than space aliens.