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John Lee
Release 1st Sept. In production. Do look out for it. What will you do with 650 DMIPS? *drum roll*
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Simon John Aug 20
Replying to @EspressifSystem
blink an LED !
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John Lee Aug 20
Replying to @sej7278
at blinding speed clock rate?
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evandro Aug 20
Replying to @EspressifSystem
Any price estimative?
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John Lee Aug 20
Replying to @luizelz
perhaps not that different from ESP8266...
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Pratik Panda Aug 20
Replying to @EspressifSystem
This is more exciting than anything else I have experienced before! :D
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John Lee Aug 20
Replying to @take4tweet
no. It's not a typo. It's esp32-mega.
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whitequark Aug 20
is the firmware still dependent on a proprietary blob?
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hak8or Aug 20
So is it 4 MegaBytes of SRAM, or 4 Megabits of SRAM?
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Little bat Aug 20
I think supports addressing up to 4mbyte external sram
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Ivan Grokhotkov Aug 20
my thoughts exactly!
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Konrad Beckmann Aug 20
Replying to @EspressifSystem
Do you have any current measurements? Would like to know how much current it draws while idling and during wifi usage.
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Little bat Aug 20
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Konrad Beckmann Aug 20
Thanks! Seems similar to the ESP8266.
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Ben Peoples Aug 20
Replying to @EspressifSystem
Price point at 1k?
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Tresident Prump Aug 20
, agreed!!!
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John Lee Aug 20
Replying to @whitequark @brouhaha
we are opening sourcing the parts above the high Mac and will embrace Apache license.
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whitequark Aug 20
ah, good to hear, that's much more practical.
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Alexandre Paixao Aug 21
Replying to @EspressifSystem
UUOLLLL. Is very good.
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John Lee Aug 21
Replying to @kbeckmann
Numbers are all over the place. chip was built to pump a lot of power, and also run on a lower budget if distance is short.
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