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re: Apexone: Here comes muPad from Shanghai
junko.yoshida   6/13/2012 10:59:14 PM
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I agree, Rick. This is something many people talked about in the past, but never materialized. I think the new twists of this whole thing are the progress of Android; proliferation of USB port (in a TV); an optical navigation device Gao talks about; angling to bring in more entertainment content from the Internet, etc. so that this can be played on the consumer mass market front. Gao tells me that his kids don't play with iPad any more, using muPad to play the game on a big screen.

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rick merritt   6/13/2012 9:04:41 PM
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Sounds like a consumer applicaiton of the ad hoc standard Lexar and others pushed a few years ago for running executable code from a USB flash drive so people could carry their computing to any network computer.

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Andre BRAZ   6/13/2012 6:50:20 PM
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This is a market revolution !!! I'll never more carry my laptop to my business trips...

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Patk0317   6/13/2012 6:18:31 PM
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I really can't wait to see this. It might be a must have for road warriors if you can use it in your hotel room's TV!

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