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Update feature list in README

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@@ -12,31 +12,26 @@ the most common use cases for the device.
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   startup.
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 * Sink mode implements a simple USB Power Delivery sink, aiming for full
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   compliance with the USB Power Delivery Specification, Revision 2.0,
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-  Version 1.3.
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+  Version 1.3, and with Revision 3.0, Version 1.1.
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 * Requests the configured voltage and current if available, or a safe, low
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   power request otherwise.
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 * Provides power on the output connector only when an explicit contract is in
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   place for the configured voltage and current.
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 * Optional GiveBack support allows power supplies to temporarily remove power
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   from the PD Buddy Sink if necessary.
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+* Requests can be made from programmable power supplies, allowing voltages to
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+  be requested at 20 mV increments from a wide range (up to 3-21 V).
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+* Configuring a voltage range provides a fallback if the preferred voltage is
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+  unavailable.
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+* The amount of current the device requests can be set as a power or a
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+  resistance, as well as a current.  These values are taken as constant over
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+  the configured voltage range.
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 * Setup mode implements a USB CDC-ACM command-line interface allowing
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   configuration to be loaded from and stored in flash.
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-### New in version 1.1.0
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 * Setup mode allows real-time renegotiation of voltage and current, complete
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   with the ability to control whether the output is enabled or disabled.
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-* Allows the user to read a power supply's advertised capabilities while in
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-  Setup mode.
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-
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-### New in version 1.2.0-dev
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-* The firmware now implements a subset of the USB Power Delivery Specification,
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-  Revision 3.0, Version 1.1.
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-* Requests can be made from programmable power supplies, allowing voltages to
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-  be requested at 20 mV increments from a wide range (up to 3-21 V).
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-* Basic support for voltage ranges, to provide a fallback if the preferred
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-  voltage is unavailable.
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+* User can easily read a power supply's advertised capabilities while in Setup
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+  mode.
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 ## Prerequisites
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