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Microchip boogies on with the PIC18 board

02 Aug 2013

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Low-cost devkits coming with added peripherals have become a trend and suppliers are always thinking of attention grabbing ways to promote them. Microchip takes us back to the 70s, with their new PIC18 board.


The board includes 2.4GHz IEEE 802.15.4 wireless, an accelerometer, numeric LCD, capacitive touch, eight LEDs, and single-AA power. And funk. Lots of funk.

More information regarding the PIC18F67J94 development board can be found here.

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