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Small-sized display shipments down except in tablets

7/28/2011 06:41 PM EDT
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chanj0   8/1/2011 1:37:43 AM
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Does the sales decline indicate the demand of digit camera being hurt by smartphone or tablet? In my last hiking trip in Grand Canyon, I realized a couple of people were taking pictures with their tablet device. As a photographer, I still prefer camera. Yet, using a smartphone or tablet may be more handy to share information with others.

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chanj0   8/1/2011 1:37:15 AM
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Does the sales decline indicate the demand of digit camera being hurt by smartphone or tablet? In my last hiking trip in Grand Canyon, I realized a couple of people were taking pictures with their tablet device. As a photographer, I still prefer camera. Yet, using a smartphone or tablet may be more handy to share information with others.

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re: Small-sized display shipments down except in tablets
nicolas.mokhoff   7/30/2011 1:44:41 PM
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What is your experience in the small- and medium-sized display panels. Are you seeing shortages or is capacity adequate for your demands?

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