The vast majority of USB devices available on the market today have at least one thing in common: They all use microcontrollers to implement the task at hand. Whether it’s in the form of a USB serial engine sharing the same piece of silicon with a microcontroller or a simple connection between the two on a printed circuit board, the use of a microcontroller for just about any USB-based task is virtually inescapable ... that is, until now.
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