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WilliamK

Member Since: October 14, 2010

Country: Brazil

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Organizations

Wusik Dot Com

Spoken Languages

English, Portuguese (Brazil)

Programming Languages

C++, Assembly, PHP

Websites

http://www.Wusik.com http://www.William-K.com

  • Product DEV-12720 | about 3 months ago

    Some questions, I know most are in the Datasheet, but would be nice if it was listed here. Is this real-time? What is the processor speed? What about floating point vector math? RAM? What is the Linux stuff I read, I don’t get it.

  • Product DEV-11780 | last year

    Nice! I would love to see an audio-output for this! :-) SparkFun? Anyone? Anyone? ;-)

  • Product DEV-11546 | about a year ago

    It’s not possible, since OS X is a closed OS. You would need its source-code in order to port to the RPi unit. (they did with the XBMC and other Linux distros) Now, maybe via an emulator, but it would be incredible slow, I guess?

  • Product DEV-11589 | about a year ago

    Yes! Thank you SFE!!!!

  • Product DEV-11546 | about a year ago

    Yes! Thank you SFE!!!!

  • Product DEV-10020 | about 3 years ago

    Please, also carry the chips to use with this, as we mostly order from SF alone, as other sites shipping rates are too high for us. :-(
    I already got the LaunchPad from SF a week ago, but now I want more chips to use with it.

  • Product DEV-10146 | about 3 years ago

    For those who dislike/hate .NETMF, check this following link to turn your FEZ Panda (I or II) into a ARM Developer Board. It really works and its great, I’m loving my FEZ Panda thanks to this.
    http://www.tinyclr.com/forum/1/4219/

  • Product DEV-10749 | about 3 years ago

    For those who dislike/hate .NETMF, check this following link to turn your FEZ Panda (I or II) into a ARM Developer Board. It really works and its great, I’m loving my FEZ Panda thanks to this.
    http://www.tinyclr.com/forum/1/4219/

  • Product ROB-10825 | about 3 years ago

    Yes, the kids on my Electronics Class will love this! :-) Txs!

  • Product COM-10109 | about 3 years ago

    Do you guys have any SPI Flash compatible with this chip? (that will boot from it directly, like the XC1A does)

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