Anyone else wondering why this hasn't replaced the Uno as 'the standard Arduino'?
Did PJRC's Teensy predate the Leo?
Quote from: Jack Christensen on May 27, 2012, 01:14 amDid PJRC's Teensy predate the Leo?Well, keep in mind the Leonardo wasn't for sale until last weekend at Maker Faire-- and still not widely available.The Teensy has been around for a (relatively) long time.
I thought the Leonardo had been available for at least a little while now.
...costs twice as much as an ATmega328, is also a pretty significant issue, for some people.
Leonard may have "interesting" issues with running "serial IO" to a PC concurrently with a sketch, since it'll have to run "USB CDC/ACM" magically in the background. The need for a USB stack will also cut down on the maximum user code size.