AVR ONE!

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http://www.atmel.com/dyn/product...

The AVR® ONE! is a powerful development tool for on-chip debugging and programming of all AVR32 devices. In the future AVR ONE! will also support all AVR devices.

It has been spotted at Atmel's stand in Nuremberg this week!

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Terrific tool!

The preliminary price can be found at Atmel.ru :

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Ориентировочная цена эмулятора AVR ONE! - $700-800, планируемые сроки выпуска - III квартал 2007 года.

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Intriguing tool -- thanks for the link! I'll look forward to when they publish more details on the device.

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interfaces with AVR32 Studio 2 and newer.
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AVR32 Studio version 2 is the upcoming release AFAIK :)

Hans-Christian

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Yes, version 2 will be out by Easter. And the AVRONE is supposed to cost $599 in the US.

Eric

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Sweet device! I wonder how Ashling are gonna love another Nexus-compatible real-time trace debugger out there, especially when it costs what, ~25% of theirs? Though I guess you get some extra software from Ashling.

Interestingly, there has been very little traffic on this forum requesting a high-end debugger and lots and lots looking for something more low-end than a JTAGICEmkII. Does anyone know if Atmel will be scratching the low-end programmer itch for AVR32 soon?

-S.

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Sweet device! I wonder how Ashling are gonna love another Nexus-compatible real-time trace debugger out there, especially when it costs what, ~25% of theirs?

Well, I did get a chance to see AVRONE in action at EW in Nuremberg, and the price vs functionality was the fact that really caught my interest. Last time I checked with Ashling, their debugger/SW frontend was at a cost of almost €9000 (!!), e.g. way too expensive for my company for sure....I guess Atmel effectively plugged the hole in their portfolio by launching their own debugger for less than 1/20 of the Ashling solution ;)

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AVR One! a few seconds @ avrtv.com: :D

In this short AVR TV special, we show you how to create a reasonably sensible project with AVR32 Studio and the Software Framework, and program it into an EVK1100.

http://www.avrtv.com/2008/05/13/specialavr32-studio-software-framework-in-a-minute/

UC3 => You see free [to your release] :D