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My all previous 8/16 bit system design was never never as efficient in terms of power saving. With TI MSP 430 it is so simple and awesome.The ease of configuring different power saving mode very little time to wake-up. My projects last as long as twice (just minimum, results are even better) . Battery lasts long then ever before. Now I am thinking to reduce battery ratings so i can have much smaller and lighter projects (tough it is not commercial but if any industry expert is using TI MSP430 it then I think they would have made it more power efficient). I am looking forward for FRAM and Wolverine and have solar powered products.
Also as we are moving to 32 bit Arm Cortex M3/M4 I am excited to see performance of Stellaris. I would like to have some hands on with Eval bot.
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