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The grand iPhone contest which has been ongoing for the past month and has kept us on the lookout for the most brilliant, active and insightful commenter, is now over. The winner?

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Matt Sterling from Atlanta, Georgia!

Matt has been commenting on Rev2 under a sneaky little commenter name which he’s asked to keep secret (you’ll most probably be able to guess, though). After tens of comments, he’s now the owner of a new iPhone.

Thanks again to all those who commented — don’t be disappointed! The decision was a tough choice between a number of strong contenders, and we did appreciate all your comments in this time, only hoping you keep them going! (Spot prize?)

Oh, and for those who forgot…


PIC Universal programmer USB2.0 microchip microcontrollers eeprom programming picture
PIC Universal programmer USB2.0 microchip microcontrollers eeprom programming
1pc choose  KM28C16-15  or XLS28C16AP-150 DIP-24 WIDE 16Kbit EEPROM 2Kx8 150ns picture
1pc choose KM28C16-15 or XLS28C16AP-150 DIP-24 WIDE 16Kbit EEPROM 2Kx8 150ns
Slot Machine EEprom chip Puller picture
Slot Machine EEprom chip Puller
Reel of 1000 Atmel AT25160N-10SC-2.7 EEPROM 8X8k Bits picture
Reel of 1000 Atmel AT25160N-10SC-2.7 EEPROM 8X8k Bits
10PCS Original SOP-8 ATMEL AT93C66A AT93C66 93C66 SOP8 3 wire Serial EEPROM M picture
10PCS Original SOP-8 ATMEL AT93C66A AT93C66 93C66 SOP8 3 wire Serial EEPROM M