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DSO mobile is a pocket size digital storage oscilloscope fulfills basic electronic engineering requirements. It is base on ARM Cortex™-M3 compatible 32 bit platform, equipped with 320*240 color display, SD card capability, USB connection, and chargeable batteries. Weighs only 60g!

More details including final document and pre-order link will be available within this week.

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Neat! Will it play mp3s?? smiley
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cool, I want one. smiley

What type of connector does it use for its probe?
Whats its max sample rate?
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Cool look. What about the performances??
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Any news on this yet? Specs, availability etc.?

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http://www.seeedstudio.com/blog/?p=582

Click on this for the latest updates!

Or get one here!

http://www.seeedstudio.com/depot/preordermicro-digital-storage-oscilloscopedso-nano-p-512.html

Note: It's preorder so you need to wait for few days . Thanks.
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Are there any videos showing this in action?
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A video will be available later.


To:JustinHoMi

No,i can't play MP3s...It'S A DSO~
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Haha, I guess my sarcasm didn't come across.
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Yes, i looks like a PMP but that's the reason of it's low price. Saved some money on making the shell.
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I'm not criticizing it. I think it's awesome and a clever idea. I just bought an oscilloscope, and I'm broke... but I'm still tempted to buy one of these!
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A DSO with MP3 play function... Sounds crazy, but not a bad idea for Protable DSO~lol
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Forgive me for going off topic a  bit, but, once again I will be showing my true colors (i.e. revealing that I'm a software person, and not an electronics-hardware person) by asking a simple question I can't wrap my head around.

Will someone please explain the functional difference between a digital scope and an analog one? Why can this digital scope cost so little, when it seems like even a low quality analog scope is a few hundred $$?
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An analogue scope requires a CRT (Cathode Ray tube) with it's associated high voltage drivers and amplifiers. This cost money, is bulky and is not a very mass production item.

A digital scope just needs some A/D, a processor and some sort of display. All these items are small and cheap thanks to their components being used in consumer mass production items.
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Do analog scopes have any advantages that justify the higher price?
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