Atmel and element14 teamed together on the AT91SAM9G45-EVK evaluation kit. The SAM9 development kit includes an evaluation board based on the Atmel’s new processor AT91SAM9G45. The board features 128 Mbytes DDR2 memory, 256 Mbytes SLC NAND Flash, USB host/device port, Ethernet 10/100 interface, two high-speed SD/MMC slots and a QVGA 320×240 LCD panel with resistive touch screen. The board supports Linux, WinCE and Android OS. In addition to the board, the Atmel element14 kit includes TFT LCD panel (4.3″ QVGA 480×272 resistive touch screen), 20 pins-10 pins JTAG converter, power adapter, and various cables.
Atmel will host a webinar titled, Free & Easy: Introducing QTouch Studio 4.0. The webcast will demonstrate how to design touch interfaces with Atmel’s QTouch Studio 4.0 and Altium Designer 4.0. The free one-hour seminar will take place Thursday, March 25, 2010 at 12 pm ET / 9 am PT. The QTouch Studio webinar will be presented by Steve Berry (director of touch marketing) and Arild Rodland (product marketing manager).
The Crossware ARM Development Suite supports the Atmel AT91SAM3U family of Cortex-M3 based flash microcontrollers (MCU). The enhanced Crossware suite enables developers using the AT91SAM3U MCUs to speed application development, rapidly experiment with the SAM3U-EK evaluation board, understand the methods and techniques appropriate to the planned application, and to make use of all the features that are provided within the Crossware environment.
The Atmel QTouch Suite is a complete development suite for capacitive touch buttons, sliders, and wheels using AVR microcontrollers. The Atmel QTouch Suite is a bundle that includes the QT600 development kit, QTouch Studio, AVR Studio, and QTouch Library SW package for AVR microcontrollers. The Atmel QT600 development kit is available now with a suggested retail price of $199 USD. Atmel’s QTouch Suite is ideal for designers using AVR-based microcontrollers. The easy-to-use, integrated package enables designers a quick, full featured solution.