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The Apex comes with a quick-disconnect cord in either monaural or binaural styles (also $89) with a two-year warranty. Another model with a slide lever headband proves just as sturdy as the Apex with the wire headband. It also weighs less than 2 ounces, and has a flexible microphone boom and a noise-canceling microphone. It sells for $89.

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The Apex comes with a quick-disconnect cord in either monaural or binaural styles (also $89) with a two-year warranty. Another model with a slide lever headband proves just as sturdy as the Apex with the wire headband. It also weighs less than 2 ounces, and has a flexible microphone boom and a noise-canceling microphone. It sells for $89.

Even if [Transmeta takes] only a small percentage of the notebook market, it's still a pretty good revenue stream. One percent of the market is still several hundred million dollars of business” for Transmeta, he said.

We're real happy with our position. It's nice to have a product line in both markets,” said Deneffe, who said the company considers its Japanese contracts strategically promising. While this segment is only 10 to 20 percent of the notebook market, it looks to be the fastest growing, he said. Deneffe said Transmeta roughly estimates the 2001 global market for notebooks at about 30 million.

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We're very well endorsed in the Japanese market. They integrate new technology faster and better out of the gate.”

Another potentially massive endorsement comes from Advanced Micro Devices using Transmeta's code-morphing software to prototype its forthcoming Sledgehammer microprocessor, though Deneffe refused to comment on this.

We're a new company. Over the next year you'll hear a major announcement that one of the big guys will pick us up,” said Deneffe.

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BEIJING, China – When you are introduced to a Chinese person, here’s one question you may want to throw in:

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Which year did you enter the university?

Well, if you ask just that, it may sound a little odd and abrupt. So, pick your spot, choose the moment carefully before you pop the question.

The principles of operation behind a linear resonant accelerator (LRA) include leveraging its resonant frequency to increase vibration strength and minimize power consumption. Most LRAs come with a specification for their resonant frequency to ensure that drive is met.

However, since the setup includes a spring, it is subject to Hooke’s Law of elasticity. Thus the frequency changes based on multiple external variables including but not limited to life of use, spring temperature, loading the spring (for example, if a device is held in ones hand versus on a table or left in a pocket), process variations during manufacturing, and so on. All these things have influence over a spring’s resonant frequency.

Right now you are probably saying, Okay, so I am off by a little bit. What's a few Hz between friends?” My answer to you is, A small delta ‘Hertz’” (I promise it’s the last pun). Normally it may not be an issue, but being as little as 2.5 Hz off can cause performance degradation with your actuators by as much as a 40 percent reduction in terms of vibration strength, and a 50 percent increase in terms of power consumption. The correlation between system performance and spring all stems from the basics of resonance operation, and specifically the high-quality factor, or Q factor.”

This means that as energy is added into the system it slowly dissipates out; this energy compounds in such a way that it creates a greater output by leveraging previous inputs. As a result, LRAs are a great device for creating high-powered vibration effects with very low-current consumption. To leverage this savings you just need a way to find that resonant frequency, otherwise you are shooting in the dark. The good news is that auto resonance tracking can help.

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