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PSoC 4 Pioneer Kit Wins the element14 Product of the Year! | Cypress Semiconductor

PSoC 4 Pioneer Kit Wins the element14 Product of the Year!

ThePSoC 4 Pioneer Kit was nominated in November by element14 for their 2013 Project of the Year.  The Pioneer Kit was up against Freescale's SABRE lite, Texas Instrument's BeagleBone Black and the PiFace Digital.  With a decisive 54% of the community vote, the Pioneer Kit won the member contest.  

 

element14 also ran additional contests for the Project of the Year and Technology of the Year.  The Pi Camera in Space won the Project of the Year with 43% of the votes.  The Technology of the Year was a tie between Single Board Computers and 3D Printing as the winning technologies.

 

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