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Microchip rolls Accessory Development Kits for Android

5/10/2011 11:39 PM EDT
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re: Microchip rolls Accessory Development Kits for Android
Luis Sanchez   5/11/2011 8:35:04 PM
This is great news! A lot can be made for an Android phone with this development kits. From only charging the accesory with the phone's battery to being able to use the phone or tablet to configure the accesory. Also audio transmision can be routed through the phone's/tablet USB port. This is a great idea from Microchip and I guess Google too. It enables creation for a whole new set of products that we'll be hearing from soon.

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