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Did you noticed USBizi's new low commercial price?


#1

http://www.ghielectronics.com/catalog/category/21/ 8)


#2

Cool. Are you guys also going to do a Xpresso type dev board and debugger for this. Or does xpresso already handle this?


#3

A few more buck higher than before! :frowning:


#4

Lol, Sam you mean it is half price now. It was $30.
The price now is almost as same as the empty processor price. :smiley:

http://search.digikey.com/scripts/DkSearch/dksus.dll?Cat=2556109&k=lpc2388


#5

I bought one (USBizi 100) in Nov, 2010.
The price was $14.95. I still have the receipt!


#6

Those were special non-commercial price and only available for samples.


#7

I changed the title ;).


#8

So, this one is for commercial use.
Nice. :smiley:


#9

@ Joe. “The price now is almost as same as the empty processor price.”

I never fully understood this. Is there any hw difference between the chips? Is the difference sw value add? Or have you contracted NXT to make updates?


#10

USBizi chipset = hardware (the same NXP chipset) + software(GHI’s NETMF port for this hardware + GHI value-added features)+ technical support.


#11

Gothca. Thanks Joe. That fills, at least, one hole in my brain.


#12

What is the different between Commercial and Non-Commercial??


#13

Technically they are exactly the same.
The non-commercial chipset were offered for a limited time for FEZ community members like you.

Now,anyone can get the chipset for less than the non-commercial price with volume purchase.
For example, USBizi144 chipset:
Non-commercial price was $19.95
single quantity Commercial Price is $18.95
Volume commercial price is $13.27


#14

Excellent!!

Thanks Joe. ;D