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AVR ONE! on sale for US$199 + freight - and cheap AVR32 dev boards too

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andyg:
Hi guys,

I thought some of you guys might be interested that on the official Atmel store, the debugger/tracer/programmer AVR ONE! is on sale at US$199 (normally ~$600, or $1300 at Element 14 Australia, WTF?!)

http://store.atmel.com/PartDetail.aspx?q=p:10500055

It costs $35 freight to Australia, I just brought one :)

Also picked up a dev board EVK1100 for sale at $49 (normally $180 or something) for AVR32 development.

http://store.atmel.com/PartDetail.aspx?q=p:10500064

Andy

TerminalJack505:
That's a really good deal.  I wonder if they're going to rev the board or something and so they're trying to clear out old stock?

Thanks for the heads-up.  I don't need one since I have the JTAGICE mkII but at that price I might have to pick one up.

Sal Ammoniac:

--- Quote from: TerminalJack505 on March 03, 2012, 01:59:59 pm ---That's a really good deal.  I wonder if they're going to rev the board or something and so they're trying to clear out old stock?

--- End quote ---

Or maybe discontinue it.

Mint.:
Wow that price difference is amazing! However I am not sure if I really need it that much, even if its very heavily discounted.

olsenn:
Can anyone tell me if there are any advantages of this device over the AVR Dragon for use with their 8-bit microcontrollers (Atmega/Atiny)? I know the AVR32 has Nexus Trace etc, but besides that what does this beast do?

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