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8/10/2010 10:55 PM EDT
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rick merritt
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rick merritt   8/10/2010 11:09:53 PM
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What new uses do you see for three-axis gyros on tablets?

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jayneince   8/11/2010 11:27:14 AM
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I bought an 8 pieces of apple phone set some time ago and despite having lots of fun, I would like it to have, at least 1 more cymbal and also the module is not the best. http://www.healthproductreviewers.com/cho-yung-slimming-tea-reviews.html

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chanj0   8/12/2010 4:25:54 AM
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iPad will become a portable Wii except you probably don't want to play tennis or golf with iPad. ;)

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GREAT-Terry   8/12/2010 4:02:37 PM
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I like Apple because it always put interesting and creative ideas to its product that finally become a revolution to the whole market. I have no idea on how the 3-axis gyro can be used but I think it can facilitate more apps and finally creative apps programmers will figure out what it can be.

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