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    Hi All,
    Due to rapidly changing environment such as hardware and software,
    maybe it is good idea to design and manufacture device that included
    programmer and PICBASIC Pro and microCode Studio software, hardware such as flush memory, USB ports, 10" LCD as one device.
    This developing device has to be able to be upgraded to new micro controllers.
    So one unit and no more headaches for at least 5 years ahead.
    What Microchip and micro Engineering Labs Inc think about it?
    Best Regards to ALL,

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    Hi, Hardcore

    It WAS a good idea, some years ago ...

    such "all in one" package already exist ... just browse compilers editors sites a bit closer ...

    Alain
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    Hi All,
    Let me show what I think about small PIC workstation.
    Like small laptop 1Ghz processor, 10" LCD, keyboard, battery,USB Ports, RF, Bluetooth port no hard drive only flash drives with software
    such as only :
    Compiler, assembler, disassembler, simulator, schematic design and PCB board design software and no browsers, musics or other programs.
    Hardware include build in programmer with 40 pins socket for any kind PICs.
    It has to cost around $300 and many hobbyists, students and professional
    people will appreciate it.
    Believe or not I am tied to solder and make deal with handy wiring.
    I try to find similar on market - could not find.
    And no more trouble with software compatibility issues and PIC workstation
    can be taken in any places on vacations so no needs in Internet.
    It is my wish.
    Thank you All,
    Leon

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