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Featuring castellated pin headers for surface-mount or partial breadboard compatibility, this low-cost module is a great entry to RISC-V.

Embedded computing specialist LILYGO has launched a new module built around Espressif’s RISC-V ESP32-C3: the compact surface-mount TTGO T-32C3.

Launched last year as a drop-in replacement for the ESP8266, and leaked ahead of the official announcement by Espressif, the ESP32-C3 was Espressif’s first design to feature a primary processing core built around the free and open source RISC-V instruction set architecture. Running up to 160MHz and with 400kB of static RAM (SRAM), the part promised boosted performance without the need to redesign existing ESP8266 carriers.

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