9 responses

  1. Ben Choy
    February 18, 2014

    All we need now is to get Energia to support this.

  2. cnxsoft
    February 18, 2014

    Shipping charges to Thailand: USPS Global Priority Mail ($30.00) OR FedEx International Priority ($61.00)
    I’ll give it a pass.

  3. FergusL
    February 18, 2014

    @cnxsoft
    I’m in France, if you really want one I can try to get some of these and send one to you, if the shipping charges are lower.

    I’m interested in having one of these anyway ! Kind of similar to Teensy 3 for half the price.

  4. ben
    February 21, 2014

    What’s the difference in processor between the 2 discovery boards (STM32F429 vs STM32F401RET6)?

  5. cnxsoft
    February 22, 2014

    @FergusL
    Thanks for the offer, somehow I missed your comment. I don’t really need it, I’ll just play with something else. :)

    @ben
    I think you mean STM32F429 Discovery board and NUCLEO-F401RE board. I don’t know the full details, but the first one has a display and 64Mbit external SDRAM.

  6. ben
    March 5, 2014

    I’ve never used mbed, but isn’t it like arm’s cloud based compiler? Perhaps mbed could make on the STM32F429 Discovery board and utilize that extra ram?

  7. cnxsoft
    March 5, 2014

    @ben
    I haven’t used it, but mbed is a popular framework for ARM MCUs. Your board is not currently supported: https://mbed.org/platforms/. It might be difficult to make it work on STM32F429 by yourself, even though it’s open source.

  8. Josh
    March 18, 2014

    I have a NUCLEO-F401RE and it’s a world of hurt getting it to work with mbed offline and Eclipse… I have succeeded in getting a build environment working with Eclipse and stlink, but cannot get mbed to work. ST’s website is also a mess and there’s heavy focus on Windows tools, not enough on Linux and Mac OS X.

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