Introducing the FEZ Lemur!

Come one…come all and meet the newest edition to the G30 family-of-products, the FEZ Lemur! The FEZ Lemur is an 84 Mhz Arduino-pinout compatible mainboard running .NET Micro Framework. Users can program the board from Microsoft’s Visual Studio using C# or Visual Basic, allowing developers to take advantage of the extensive built-in libraries for networking, file systems, graphical interfaces and peripherals. Learn more about .NET Micro Framework and the value we add.

Key Features:
[ul]Processor: 84 MHz 32-bit ARM Cortex-M4
User Available Flash: 128 KB
User Available RAM: 68 KB
Analog In
Under $25![/ul]
FEZ Lemur:
G30 SoC:



@ GHI - Who does your artwork? 'Cause I have to say that seeing the mascot for a new board is always something I look forward to.

Unfortunately that is Top Secret information! 8)

[insert cat call whistle]
I like the tail on that board! :smiley:

Nice, like the idea of using STM32F401, good work @ GHI

Thanks, but correction, this is G30 :wink:

@ Gus - And G30 is based on STM32F401 :smiley:

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I’m still amazed how they got that 401 clocking @ 180 MHz though :whistle:

Edit: Forgot the picture, hope it doesn’t turn 180 on me …

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@ .Peter. - we are reworking all datasheets, more on that in few days.

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It lacks a CAN bus, but I like it. Man the possibilities. Children today growing up with this kind of tech around… my childhood’s been robbed.


401’s don’t support CAN