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New $29 battery-powered MachXO2 Pico Development Kit from Lattice

4/25/2011 04:04 PM EDT
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DrFPGA
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DrFPGA   4/28/2011 3:57:12 PM
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This is a great board for the price. Snap it up quick so you don't miss the promotional price/quantity limitation than put together a cool battery-based design. The MachXO2 is a great alternative to an MCU since it has the dedicated peripherals that are most common in MCU designs...

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Max The Magnificent   4/25/2011 4:16:34 PM
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I always worry when I see things like "3X more logic, 10X more power..." ... but then when I see that someone is comparing themselves to an earlier version of their own product I think "OK, that's fair enough..."

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