"The resolution is 10 bits so this is not like a real oscilloscope"
Sure it is. Scopes are only 8 bits. They just use low-noise, variable-gain circuitry to measure a huge range of values.
It's the very low sampling frequency that makes this a "poor man's" scope. Real scopes go up to the MHz.
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