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rick merritt
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Re: Teardown? Motor control
rick merritt   10/16/2013 4:30:42 AM
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Agreed! Perfect device for wireless recharging. I wonder how it does it now?

DrQuine
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Re: Teardown? Motor control
DrQuine   10/14/2013 10:22:26 PM
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This device sounds like a perfect application for wireless recharging since that way the device can be permanently sealed and easily sanitized.

daleste
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Re: Teardown? Motor control
daleste   10/14/2013 8:10:49 PM
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I guess the description already gave away everything the teardown would show.  I think user feedback may be more interesting...

patrick.mannion
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Teardown? Motor control
patrick.mannion   10/14/2013 1:46:50 PM
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Definitely worth a closer look. Ie: type of motor, vibration control algorithms and power optimization and control would be interesting. Maybe do a teardown, Rick?

 

er-IC
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Potential M&A target?
er-IC   10/14/2013 1:27:34 PM
. .  for Silicon Motion?

prabhakar_deosthali
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prabhakar_deosthali   10/14/2013 12:26:11 PM
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This looks to be a sequel to phone sex.

The hacker community have an interesting challenge to break-in such devices.

Caleb Kraft
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His parents
Caleb Kraft   10/14/2013 11:51:32 AM
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When will his parents find out? What publications do they read?

R_Colin_Johnson
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Long-Distance Intimacy
R_Colin_Johnson   10/14/2013 10:25:58 AM
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A very tasteful portrayal of a delicate subject. Thanks. 



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