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Max The Magnificent
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Re: Love it
Max The Magnificent   5/12/2014 9:23:30 AM
@_hm: Pretty interesting and love it. Will employ in new design.

I played with their little development board (pop one of their GPAK chips in and program it) and assocaited software -- loved it.

Please email me at whedn you use these chips and let me know how you get on.

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_hm   5/10/2014 9:25:20 AM
Thanks for information. Pretty interesting and love it. Will employ in new design.

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