I'm eager to use the Propeller Mini -- it would be ideal in a new project of mine. Just enough I/O pins.
But it's disappointing that the EEPROM is only 32k. I need non-volatile space above address $8000 to store data that will survive a program re-load.
Any simple way around this? Is there a good reason why a 64k chip isn't standard? Looks like the same package and pinout as a 32k chip, so it could fit on the existing layout - or am I missing something?