> I disagree. I think it's a great platform. Think of how much easier it is to
> develop for it - it runs Linux. Not everyone wants to write a GUI-enabled
> playlist editor in assembly on a processor with two general-purpose
> registers. :P
Hey, that's not true! PIC's only have one general-purpose register! ;-)
Point taken. Ease of development is an important consideration. However,
good (commercial) C compilers exist for PIC's. I'm looking at remedying
that free compiler situation.
Perhaps what I meant is that the uCsimm is too costly for a (mass
produced/marketable) MP3 player. I always ask "Is the current design good
for mass production?" right after "Is it marketable?"
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