I'm still fairly new to the Arduino world. I got myself a kit with a clone board couple of months ago and have successfully prototyped the project and got it to the state I want it to be. I now want to create 5 - 10 working models of what I've done.
I'd seen on Amazon that I could get 5 Nano clones for about £10 and this seemed ideal to me. Until I saw that people were complaining that some Nano's aren't quite a direct replacement for the Uno that I have working. There's some kind of problem with loading the software from the IDE.
I really don't want to do anything more than just load my software onto the Nanos "As Is" using the IDE I already have.
Can anyone recommend what I need to look out for to ensure that the Nanos I buy will work this way please?