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2/18/2009 05:00 PM EST
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Bill Gatliff
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Bill Gatliff   4/6/2009 2:34:38 PM
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Send me one, I'll tear it down. :)

Susan Rambo
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Susan Rambo   3/19/2009 4:38:27 PM
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The tear down has not occured yet. It will take place at the Embedded Systems Conference at the end of March. If you can't be there in person to see the tear down, most likely an EETimes editor will write a story about it, which you can read here on Embedded.com at the end of March, beginning of April. Stay tuned.

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shaskil   3/19/2009 8:40:15 AM
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explaination given is minimal

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