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Do you recommend a cheap/easy but powerfull board for my projects that it PCB pin compatible?

I see lots of them...

thanks

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pin compatible with what?

(but most folks here find the STK500 a good starting point for AVR development board)

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Do you recommend a cheap/easy but powerfull board for my projects that it PCB pin compatible?

Why don't you provide us a list of what you are looking at and maybe we could help you a little better

Jim

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Look at the products from zbasic.net, and oakmicros.com. At this moment zbasic.net seems to be down, but it should be back up rather quickly.

They are very convenient breadboard-able, and self-contained devices requiring only power and ground to function.

-Tony

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well, i need a general development board, i mean, something to put code and easy to interface by creating shields.

the stk500 seems big, i need small a board like arduino, but with more I/O pins.

have you tried gumstix? linux on a small package seems quite good.

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How about the ere.co.th mega32 board and its family of io accesories?

Imagecraft compiler user

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Is the size of the STK500 really an issue? It's big because there are a lot of configurable bits to it and easy access to just about everything (which is what makes it so good). Or do you really mean a development board or a board you can use for a specific application? If the latter then first describe the application and that will probably then lead you to the right board. Not a robot by any chance?