Consumer electronics comes to the States

February 2004
Portable Design;Feb2004, Vol. 10 Issue 2, p9
Discusses why the author of this article believes that consumer electronics has now arrived in the U.S. Introduction of a family of liquid crystal display televisions from the Dell company; Success of the HP company in the digital still-camera industry; Success of the iPod digital audio player from the Apple company.


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