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ODwyerPW

Are there any Atmel ATSAME70Q21 powered boards being developed?

Has anyone had a look at this chip to develop an Arduino board? It's a bit costly at about $10 in volume, but it looks very appealing as a high-end bare metal development board.

I'll start another thread in the Displays section regarding the MIPI DSI standard (Digital Serial Interface) and the in development MIPI Touch standards... to see what would be required to include that capability in such a board.

Quiero una vida simple en Mexico...nada mas.

graynomad

I guess not eh?

I've been working on a G55-based board and others are doing an Arduino port. But the G55 is a way lesser beast than the ATSAME70Q21.

Oh, and hi Peter, long time no see.
Rob Gray aka the GRAYnomad www.robgray.com

dc42

I have one of these http://uk.farnell.com/microchip/atsame70-xpld/eval-board-atsame70-32bit-mcu/dp/2508321. It has pads for socket strips in the standard Arduino layout.
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ODwyerPW

Oh, and hi Peter, long time no see.
Rob,
Yeah it's been a while. I'm been doing the bulk of my development work for simple stuff with the ATTiny84A (hows that for the exact opposite of what I'm looking for with the SAME7?)
But I have always longed for a bare metal board like I described above in this thread. I have some fun hobby type stuff that I'd like to build using just one really powerful micro-controller.
Quiero una vida simple en Mexico...nada mas.

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