The question is simple: I'm looking for a relatively simple microcontroller with proper SD card support, for logging some basic data (switching LEDs on, waiting for a button to be pressed, and loggin the timing between these events).
In the past, I've built something based on an Atmel controller and Ronald Riegel's SD software stack
I found NXP's LPC1758 and LPC1768 controllers, but these are frankly overkill for the job. If it weren't for the SD card, I could easily do the whole thing in the cheapest PIC controller.
Since I'm better at hardware than at software, I thought I'd ask here for some hints to point me in the right direction. Basically, I need a simple controller with proven reliable SD card support. Does anyone around here have any tips or preferences?
Thanks in advance, best regards,