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  • The problem is the CC3000 isn't a one-off - TI seem to be known for doing exactly that kind of thing.

    Espruino may well work on the CC3200 - although the datasheet implies that while there's 'up to' 256kB RAM, there is only 64kB ROM that's meant for a bootloader. If that's the case then it might be a bit tight trying to fit absolutely everything (Espruino+code) into 256kB, but it's definitely possible.

    The CC3200 doesn't seem groundbreaking though - competitively priced modules with WiFi and ARM have been around for a while - for instance the one that Electric Imp use is this one from murata and it actually contains an STM32F405 chip, which Espruino could be made to run on much more easily.


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