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6/19/2012 04:01 AM EDT
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loptide   6/19/2012 3:58:57 PM
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Looking forward to more low-cost ARM micros. However, the M0 just will not displace many 8-bitters.

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xorbit   6/20/2012 2:13:52 PM
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Care to explain why not? If you can get a part that's faster, takes less code space, has a clean architecture and uses less power for the same price why wouldn't you?

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Eric Verhulst_Altreonic   7/27/2012 7:09:18 PM
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Because people are reluctant (or not capable) of converting their old binaries. I heard the story too often.

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