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ST Micro offers 'smart' suit, SoC for 'smart' TV

1/11/2012 02:54 PM EST
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nicolas.mokhoff
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nicolas.mokhoff   1/11/2012 9:13:33 PM
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goafrit: ST Micro claims samples of the iNnemo motion co-processor are available now. You need to contact an ST sales office for pricing options and sample requests.

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goafrit   1/11/2012 7:33:03 PM
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Any idea when this will hit market as it is still a prototype? The challenge remains the pricing model of these devices. They seem very expensive. Until price comes down, the adoption will be tepid

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msar2020   1/11/2012 4:15:33 PM
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Add some mobile cameras and wearable LED patches, and you have an invisibility suit.

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