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TI’s CC2650 SensorTag gets three new exciting DevPacks

Posted on Friday, June 5th, 2015 in sensors by DP

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Gerard over at 43oh has written up an article on TI’s three new development kits for the new CC2560STK – Audio, watch and debug development packs:

A while back I wrote about the new SensorTag CC2650STK which comes with four more sensors than the previous CC2541 SensorTag. While looking through the TI’s SensorTag page, I noticed three new development kits for the new CC2560STK – Audio, watch and debug development packs. This is a really a good move to have have these packs ready for people to prototype their ideas especially since most of the go to projects nowadays seem to be of the connected type.

Via 43oh.

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