Smaller, smarter

Sussman, V.
November 1991
U.S. News & World Report;11/25/91, Vol. 111 Issue 22, p69
Describes equipment such as cameras, camcorders, cellular phones and stereo systems, that are diminishing in size, but becoming more sophisticated. Sony's CCD-TR51 8-mm Handycams; Canon's new UC1 8-mm camcorder; Chinon's Pocket Zoom; Olympus Infinity Stylus; Bose Acoustic Wave Music System Series II; Sharp's CMS-R300CD; Technics SL-XP700 CD player; Prices; Details.


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