Title says it all. I'm looking for an STK526. All of the usual sources show no stock - understandable since the STK500 was discontinued a while ago.
Is that the USB one? I have/had one somewhere but I have a feeling it's going to be buried under a mountain of crap in the attic. If you get desperate I could look.
But if you are looking to develop for an Atmel USB micro aren't there easier/better options these days such as Teensy's and the like?
It's not hugely important, but I was just getting started with USB development and I was hoping to follow along with some of Atmel's demos (which are still available even though the board isn't).
I have a feeling an AT90USBKEY is probably a better option anyway if you want to stick to something from Atmel and that is supported by LUFA. I have a feeling Dean did a lot of the work on LUFA using that board so while it's pretty much guaranteed that LUFA works on anything it claims to support anyway there's a double guarantee about AT90USBKEY based projects :-)
+1. I just received mine and it has helped quite a bit with what I am working on at the moment with LUFA
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