31 Jul '13, 11pm

New post: ARM dev board with USB uploading

New post: ARM dev board with USB uploading

[George and Bogdan] wrote in to tell us about a cool Kickstarter they’ve been working on. It’s called the MatchboxARM , and like other tiny-yet-powerful ARM dev boards floating around, this one features a very fast and capable processor and more than enough pins for just about any project. One interesting feature of this board, however, makes it stand out from the pack: it has a USB mass storage-based bootloader, meaning uploading new code is as easy as a drag and drop.

Full article: http://hackaday.com/2013/07/31/arm-dev-board-with-usb-upl...

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