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I notice that the PDIP version of the Atmega328P is now pretty much impossible to buy anywhere. Come on Atmel, get your finger out your ass !!
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try nkcelectronics:
http://www.nkcelectronics.com/arduino-ready-avr-atmega328-microcontrol328.html

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When I checked a couple of weeks ago,  Mouser said they had thousands scheduled to arrive about this coming Friday or Monday.
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Now they are saying August.
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Last time (actually yesterday) I ordered (or tried to) 10 ATmega168-20AU (SMD), but I only got 3 !
The river has dried out as it seems.

If you desperately need DIP chips, I still have 3 ATmega168 left and they're even bootloaded (by her Ladyadaship or entourage).

Just say a number ;-)
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Good thing I stocked up!!!
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We have lots of 168's and 328's (dip) style anyway here at http://FunGizmos.com


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Does that mean I shouldn't hold my breath for samples from Atmel?
That's so frustrating! I've just found a great use for a 328 (lovely 2kb SRAM).

I suppose you're going to tell me I can't get any XMegas or Mega1284s either smiley-wink
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My preferred shop has informed me that the 328s in SMD form factor might be available by mid of August 2009. But that didn't sound too convincing.
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I'm after at least 50 of the Atmega328P chipns in DIP-28 format.
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