The TI-eStore is having sale on many of their kits including the original G2 Launchpad. The MSP-FET debugger is also on sale at 50% off, which is a very good bargain. The debugger is Energy Trace enabled which allows you to debug your code to consume the lowest power possible. The deals run for two weeks or till supplies last.
The recently released FRAM MSP430FR5969 Launchpad, is now retailing for $15.6 for the next two weeks at the TI-Estore, down from $24. The MSP-EXP430FR5969 brings the exciting new features of the MSP430FR5969 into the LaunchPad ecosystem.
USA plays against Belgium today. Make sure you catch a glimpse of the watch on a referee’s wrist if a goal is scored, since TI Chronos watches play a role in goal decision.
The badges being given away is a joint effort between Christopher Berg, and Texas Instrument’s Micro-controller division. Chris is responsible for creating, laying out and programming the board. TI’s Dung Dang( one of the author’s of Getting Started With The MSP430 Launchpad), Rachel Platis and Will Cooper were instrumental is getting this badge sponsored and completed on time. If you have any questions or pictures of your badge, share them on twitter with #RocketBadge or post it in the 43oh forum.
4/30 Day is in two days and TI E-Store is having sweet deals on the G2 and the F5529 Launchpads. The best deal is the Sharp LCD BoosterPack at 50% off.
Now is the time to get your MSP430G2 Launchpad. This is the lowest the G2 Launchpad has gone since the old days of $4.30. Texas Instruments India has a coupon code for a 25% discount on their Google Plus page.