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Max The Magnificent
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Being prodded into action
Max The Magnificent   6/27/2014 3:12:00 PM
Hi Aubrey -- I have one each of the PSoC 4100 and 4200 prototyping kits sitting on my desk -- and also a PSoC 4 Pioneer Kit -- your blogs are prodding me into action with regard to using them in one of my hobby projects.

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