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Maximus AVR USB - PIC18F4550 - Preview!
Maximus AVR USB - PIC18F4550 - Preview! –
We just received in today a batch of Maximus great new product!
Since the ATMEL chip is hard to obtain in large amounts, Maximus has decided to also produce a version of his famous AVR USB device using the PIC18F4550 chipset, which contains 32K of flashable space for your USB development code!
Maximus has also produced a high-quality replacement PS3 SLIM A/C power cable with an easy to reach switch on it, to make Jailbreaking your PS3 SLIM alot more convenient, since you had to previously unplug the original power cable each time you wish to cold-start your PS3 SLIM!
Since I am total noobie to the PIC family, I going to have read up on the best HEX to compile for this new what so far looks like a very well-designed amazing little device from Maximus, so I will not have a chance to publish my full in-depth review until after this weekend on either Monday or Tuesday!
Our many thanks to FoundMy for sending us some of Maximus new products for us to review here on PSX-SCENE!
Official Site: http://www.avrusb.com
Sell me a case for my max avr board! i got the original one but i want the case!
Why did they send so many ? xD Can't you sell me one for some $$$ ?
Im not like it and hate PIC18F4550 chipset.
Iam curious to what there wanting for that cable ?
Looking forward to it. Still haven't decided which JB device to get yet!!
Originally Posted by Thatdude888
Its under $10 in some places, we just got some stock, but thought to send some in for review.
we started to get requests for them so we started to carry them for the ps3 slim.
btw: they work on some other household appliances in the kitchen, but not intended for that (same power cord connector).
Well I have 3 of these on pre-order from the UK reseller RedBoxMods Had an email from them telling me there stock is due in on Monday so hopefully I'll get mine Tuesday depending on the Royal Mail anyways.
the cable is a waste of money IMO, if i need to cold boot my slim i just switch off at the mains socket. and back on. but i guess its good for those who dont have switches on there wall outlets.