it would be a good thing if it could be extended to more powerful chips.
Retrolefty you bought a Arduino Mega for $65, see what youget for $15 less with the Maple.
Support seems to be kind of non-existent
Primer and Primer2 are "traditional" vendor demonstration platforms;
should keep away from such products in the future...
i think i got desperate to try out arm and made a momentary decision...should keep away from such products in the future...
it as it has no support for linux.
Do a little bit of work and you get to demo a whole operating system, without having to license or agree to much of anything.
A knee jerk reaction from ST prompted by the success of the Arduino maybe?