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10/19/2010 10:31 PM EDT
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re: Design contest: Win $10,000 for a two-minute video
elctrnx_lyf   10/20/2010 11:19:43 AM
Better way to bring out the new ideas of using their products. I could think of the remote controls for the tv and gaming would be a basic application to use these xtrinsic chips. May be a wrist watch to control different things with these accelerators can also be a good application.

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