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We've just launched our latest Ethernet-enabled Arduino Due-compatible board - the EtherDue smiley
For more information please visit:
http://www.freetronics.com/products/etherdue-arduino-due-compatible-with-onboard-ethernet
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looks like a nice board for specific projects

does the I2C work properly on the EtherDue?  (IIRC the Due has some I2C problems)
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We've stayed true to the Due design so the EtherDue has the 1k5 pull-ups, however considering options for the next revision.
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Interesting concep, but I don't understand the price. I just purchased the DigiX. The DigiX has a 32-bit 84 MHz MCU, embedded low power Wi-Fi (b/g/n), mesh networking support, 99 usable i/o pins, audio output, USB on the go support, onboard EEPROM, on-board microSD slot, built in real time clock, and is 100% compatible with anything that works with the Arduino Due - no adapters, code changes, or special software needed!

I paid $69.95 for the DigiX. What makes the EtherDue so expensive at $119?
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