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4/3/2012 02:56 PM EDT
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Max The Magnificent
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re: Energy Micro EFM32 Gecko MCU ideal for e-paper displays
Max The Magnificent   4/3/2012 4:13:48 PM
If the "...various low energy activities..." include sitting in a comfy chair and quaffing cold beer ... count me in :-) But seriously, I wish I had called round to see you -- on the other hand I did get to see the Kon-Tiki and Fram museums and also the sculpture park in Oslo ... But if I'm fortunate enough to come out that way again, I will defiantly let you know I'm on the way...

oyvind borgan
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re: Energy Micro EFM32 Gecko MCU ideal for e-paper displays
oyvind borgan   4/3/2012 4:02:33 PM
@ Clive Maxfield, You are hereby cordially invited to Energy Micro's HQ in Oslo, just take the "T-bane" #4, 5 or 6. There will be live e-paper demos and various low energy activities :) In the meantime we invite everybody to take a sneak peek behind the scenes here: best Oyvind Borgan

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