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Imagers set for size, cost
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4/24/2006   Post a comment
It is no secret that cell phones are cheap and small. When you add consumer demand for more functionality that includes higher-resolution imaging for stills and videos, you have a rather interesting case study in the classic engineering discipline of compromise.

Keyboard of lasers, image sensors
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4/17/2006   Post a comment
In the spirit of the recently dissected Fly Pen Computer, let's look at another device in the gadget space that embodies clever design.


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