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16 May 2011


Here is Microchip’s response to the Arduino based hardware for use with Google’s ADK.

Microchip has announced the release of the Microchip PIC24F Accessory Development Start Kit for Android™. This is a standalone board used for evaluating and developing electronic accessories for Google’s Android operating system for smartphones and tablets.

Microchip’s PIC24F Accessory Development Starter Kit for Android (part # DM240415) is available today for $79.99. The PIC32 Accessory Development Starter Kit for Android (part # DM320412) is expected to be available in the third quarter of 2011 for $79.99. The software library, which works with both kits, will be available soon from Microchip support.

Microchip PIC24 development kit for Android – [Link]

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