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September 5, 2012 AT 12:00 am

Teensy 3.0 – 32 bit ARM Cortex-M4, usable in Arduino and C by Paul Stoffregen

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Teensy 3.0 – 32 bit ARM Cortex-M4, usable in Arduino and C by Paul Stoffregen — @ Kickstarter.

Teensy 3.0 is a small, breadboard-friendly development board designed by Paul Stoffregen and PJRC.  Teensy 3.0 will bring a low-cost 32 bit ARM Cortex-M4 platform to hobbyists, students and engineers, using Arduino(R)** or programming directly in C language.

Based on a 32 bit ARM chip, Teensy 3.0 aims to greatly increase the computing capability and peripheral features, but maintain the same easy-to-use platform that has made Teensy 2.0 so successful.

Teensy 3.0 has been in development for well over 1 year.  Many prototypes have been built.  The photo above is the final prototype.

We backed it, nicely done Paul!


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2 Comments

  1. “GAAAAAHHHH!!!!!!!!”
    Two bits… 1. YAY! 2. I’ve always loved that you carried Paul’s boards even after you came up with your own ATMEGA32U4 breakout. They are different, and I’ve used both, and love both. It shows you are genuinely committed to the spirit of open source hardware, and I’m ecstatic to be involved in electronics at this point in history. So cool!

  2. Teensy 3.0 looks cool, high capability per square cm. Is there a forum where this is discussed? Couldn’t find mention of it on Paul’s site pjrc.com

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