Very nice.A newly released addition in the marketplace: SDS1104X-U 100MHz 4ch 14 Mpts memory $ 399
Yeah these are hot off the press and few are out in the wild yet. Dave Jones on EEVblog has one AFAIK for a review and teardown and mine arrive in a couple of weeks. Capability will be quite similar to the $499 SDS1104X-E however a few features have been removed in the new X-U like the webserver, Bode plot, and 500uV/div sensitivity. Only a single ADC in X-U also therefore only this model in the range whereas X-E has a 200 MHz version.
You can also unlock the 1104x-e to 200mhz quite easily.I just picked up a 1104X-E a week ago and I am blown away. I use a $6k Fluke scope at work and my new $500 scope runs circles around it, especially with the software features and memory depth. The Fluke only had 10k sample memory per channel so the 2.5Gs/s rating really meant nothing if you were not working in the nanosecond timebase.
I do not think I am going to outgrow it anytime soon, and having the MSO option card really opens up a lot of options if you do digital design.
To me, I'd rather have the 4 channels of the 1104X-E than the increased BW of the 1202X-E. EEVBlog has some interesting discussions on the BW limitations of the 1104X-E but I shall not say more.
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