MCUs And Development Boards Accelerate Embedded Design

MCUs And Development Boards Accelerate Embedded Design
STMicroelectronics

Now available are entry-level, mid-range, and high-end development boards for the latest members of the STM32F7 microcontroller (MCU) series. The MCUs enter volume production with up to 2 MB of on-chip Flash memory. Development tools include an STM32 Nucleo-144 board featuring the STM32F767 variant. Also available is a Discovery Kit supporting the STM32F769, which has TFT-LCD and MIPI®-DSI support. In addition, there are evaluation boards for the STM32F769 and the STM32F779, which has a cryptographic accelerator for security-conscious applications. The evaluation boards and Discovery Kit also come with a 4-inch QWVGA 800x400 MIPI-DSI display featuring a capacitive touchscreen. Price for the STM32F769I-EVAL or STM32F779I-EVAL evaluation boards is $360 The $79 Discovery Kit (STM32F769I-DISCO) and the $23 STM32 Nucleo-144 board (NUCLEO-F767ZI) are available immediately. For further information, visit http://www.st.com/stm32f7-nb  

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