Look what just turned up at mbed HQ!

Inside these rather anonymous brown boxes are 100 beta versions of our new Cortex-M0 mbed Microcontroller, hot off the production line!

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That means we're about ready to start beta trials! Listen out for more details next week...

We've also setup an email update list:

Sign up if you want to get updates as and when they progress through to release later this year!

23 comments on Look what just turned up at mbed HQ!:

20 Oct 2011

What processor is it, is it still NXP LPC ??

P.S. I want one !!!!!!

Cheers

Ceri

20 Oct 2011

Count me in for beta trial..was really waiting for MBED- Cortex M0..!!

20 Oct 2011

Wow, that's great! I wanna beta trial.Which type of Cortex-M0 in this board?

20 Oct 2011

The silicon we're using isn't even announced yet, so we're not allowed to say right now :) But will fill in more details soon!

20 Oct 2011

I need some hardcore zooming software, so that I can zoom in, and see what text is on top of that chip :D

Can we pleeeaaase get a pins count of the ic? (Only interested, cuz of easier assembly :D )

20 Oct 2011

Awesome! I want to be in the beta.

20 Oct 2011

Terrific! Is this the new low power version that was hinted at? Will it be pin compatible with the current mbed? Questions, questions...

20 Oct 2011

I would like to be in the beta too :o)

20 Oct 2011

@Graham Harris

Yup, pin compatible as far the features on the MCU allow, and yes, designed with lower power in mind. Not necessarily extreme low power, but it can be put to sleep at significantly lower power than the LPC1768 mbed runs at.

You'll just have to wait a bit longer for the full details, not long now though :-)

21 Oct 2011

It look great. Hopefully can have a try soon.. :)

21 Oct 2011

I just signed up or the mailing list, how do I see everything that I've missed so far?

21 Oct 2011

I want to be in the beta.²

21 Oct 2011

I expect very much.

21 Oct 2011

Looks like 64 pins on the IC, if I'm guessing correctly! Nice if you only need a small amount of pins to do a project! :D

21 Oct 2011

Just signed to the mailing list and can not wait to test the trail one :)

21 Oct 2011

Kind of curious why a Cortex-M0? It's the target market for embedded applications, but not sure if there's ethernet MAC, maybe that's why it's new silicon? Perhaps lower price point? Can't wait to see!

22 Oct 2011

I want to know if the Test bed for mBed is available in the states? All the links I can find just run in circles about where to order.

22 Oct 2011

Put me on the list!

24 Oct 2011

And me as well. Feels a bit like Christmas early...

Gary Belcaster

24 Oct 2011

You have to put yourself on the list!

And yes, final release should be in time for xmas! So, now you know what to buy everyone this year :)

Simon

25 Oct 2011

mbed trends ...

ARM7 NXP LPC2368 > CORTEX M3 NXP LPC1768 > CORTEX M0 NXP LPC1??? L?

25 Oct 2011

NICE

Congratulations MBED team. I hope there will be more of them on the way soon ;-)

06 Nov 2011

if their are still beta test kits available count me in!

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