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2/26/2011 00:03 AM EST
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Quemann
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Quemann   2/27/2011 7:22:39 PM
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Tablets will move to be a hot bed for snap-on hardware or so-called Apps Hardware, I guess.

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DrFPGA   2/26/2011 6:21:52 PM
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4 chip touch controller seems to be overkill. It should be possible to do it with one chip...

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GREAT-Terry   2/26/2011 5:37:38 PM
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3G or 4G connectivity is very important to tablets as it is targeted for mobility. Anyway, what is the function of the pressure sensor?

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daleste   2/26/2011 1:08:22 AM
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This sounds really cool. I want one, but the article makes me want to wait for the 4G upgrade. I wouldn't want to send it back for that.

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