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2 Feb 2011

Evil Mad Scientist Laboratories writes: [via]

One of our all-time favorite chips is the ATtiny2313.

It’s a little 20-pin AVR microcontroller that we’ve used in dozens of projects, including our high tech holiday decorations, some of our coolest pumpkins, our (digital) Larson Scanner, and some wacky papercraft– to name a few. It’s one of those few chips that we used often enough to justify a custom breakout board.

But… if there’s one thing that the ‘2313 is short on, it’s memory. With 2 kB of flash (program) memory and 128 bytes of RAM, it’s perfect for tiny single-purpose projects. But, it’s oh-so-easy to run up against that memory limit. And, that’s why we were so excited when Atmel began to announce their then-forthcoming ATtiny4313 in late 2009.

The 4313 has landed – [Link]

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