A wafer full of ‘328s By Lenore Edman on September 24, 2013 Eric Weddington of Atmel shows off a wafer full of ATmega328P chips (as found in Arduino and many of our own kits) at Maker Faire New York. That’s about 1500 chips on an eight inch wafer, and not something you see every day! This entry was posted in Electronics, Engineering, Field Trips, Microcontrollers and tagged atmel, AVR, makerfaire. Bookmark the Permalink.
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NOW, how small can you get a 386, and how many on a wafer..
NOW can you use them as Multi core..and run Win8 on them..
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