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John Lee 7 Nov 15
Replying to @EspressifSystem
ESP32 and ESP8266 target slightly different markets. They do share very similar APIs. ESP32 is not a replacement for ESP8266!
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Vincent Golle 8 Nov 15
ESP32 looks great !! But it looks power greedy..
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Fran├žois 5 Nov 15
Great ! Any idea of how many GPIO availables ?
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John Lee 5 Nov 15
Replying to @f_heredero @ESP32net
close to 40
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John Lee 6 Nov 15
Replying to @LuisE2
beta@Espressif.com!
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John Lee 6 Nov 15
@ColdRadiant beta@Espressif.com... i can't guarantee that there are any more slots.... but we will try and fit everyone in.
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John Lee 8 Nov 15
Replying to @haiyan
oh yes. You can... write to me at beta@Espressif.com.
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blkhawk 5 Nov 15
Replying to @EspressifSystem
Seems like my secret source was accurate - can't wait to play with the new chip :)
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John Lee 6 Nov 15
Replying to @blkhawk
nope... there are some things now quite accurate with the Secret Source.
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Catalin 5 Nov 15
Replying to @EspressifSystem
I just want to put it to work like I did with esp8266 (plug, irrigation etc) Check for my work.
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John Lee 5 Nov 15
Replying to @bdcatalin
WOW! I LOVE THIS! WOWOWOW! i am going get the guys to look into this.
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