New Zeropower AVR Announced

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Surprised that Atmel haven't made a bigger splash about this:

http://www.sparkfun.com/tutorial/news/Slugs/ATMega328-Slug.pdf

Cheers,

Joey

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what's this ?

-Krishna Balan S

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"Heroes are ordinary people with extraordinary commitment"

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Sorry but what's "new" about this??

AVR slugs (April 2010)

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Only got it pointed out to me today.

Sorry if it's old news.

Cheers,

Joey

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Ohhhhh !!! ICs too....

-Krishna Balan S

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"Heroes are ordinary people with extraordinary commitment"

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At one stage, Sparkfun wanted to charge for them.

Ross McKenzie ValuSoft Melbourne Australia

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Also accepts a wide power supply voltage.

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If you know my whole story, you're an accomplice. Keep your mouth shut. 

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I really like the flexible pinout.

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Rad hard, high noise immunity, zero RF emissions,
sadly all the memory is write only.

Actually, might be useful for soldering training or setting up the reflow ovens (were it not for all the duff parts we already have)

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I see someone suggested soldering six into a cube to make jewellery.

They should be posted to PIC users with a little note - "Now an AVR with all the user-friendliness of a PIC" ;-)

Cheers,

Joey