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  1. For those to lazy to read this document, here a good overview of the new MSP432 series (from the document linked above). 3.2 Peripherals The initial MSP432 family provides a blend of the ultra-low-power peripherals previously introduced in MSP430 and a number of new peripherals to provide enhanced performance. The shared peripherals operate in the same manners across MSP430 and MSP432 platforms, with the only exception being their interrupt signals and handling procedures due to the new Nested Vectored Interrupt Controller (NVIC) module on MSP432. Refer to Section 4 for more detai
  2. Anyone @TI please update http://msp432.com to redirect to the link above. Very much the same like http://msp430.com.
  3. Take a look in the datasheet http://www.ti.com/lit/ds/symlink/msp430g2553.pdfon page 21: From figure 1, you'll see that you can even run the MSP430 at up to 6MHz at 1.8V. BUT take care not to program the flash below 2.2V!
  4. Via https://twitter.com/TXInstruments/status/574963568489136128 I found out that one can sign up for a newsletter regarding the release of the MSP432 at http://www.ti.com/ep-mcu-msp-432-twit-lp-launchalert-en
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