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Cypress' PSOC 5 and motor-controlled baby strollers

Bobby Jania, Cypress product marketing manager, talks about his company's PSOC 5 device and potential applications, including motor-controlled baby strollers.
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12/2/2010 06:16 PM EST | 1 Comment
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Good news for parents
Diegokimberil   5/23/2014 1:20:11 AM
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Baby stroller is such a product which is very useful for parents to take their baby out side or keep them in house under a suitable situation. We can found different types of stroller in market but all are move by pushing. Now it can operate by a motor which is more flexible and comfertale than the previous. It is good and appreciable. Among all baby products it is a vital and important one for parents. The baby products have a separate world it self. But when w ego for buy a baby product we have to posses sufficient knowledge about this. Discount baby Items

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