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The 0.13-mm technology is used in a wide range of consumer products and contributes about a quarter of the sales logged by SMIC and TSMC.
Our bolt cutters and hammer got nowhere against Trek's 13-mm hardened-steel shackle.
Even though Sony is late to the market of small-body camera with interchangeable lenses, its camera will likely produce better-quality images than Micro Four-Thirds cameras because it will use a larger 24-mm by 16-mm APS-C image sensor, as opposed to the 17-mm by 13-mm sensor found in current Olympus and Panasonic cameras.
Hero 3 is available in standard and turbo-pie-shape configurations and either 13-mm or 16-mm diamond impregnation height.
The XLamp MPL EasyWhite LED features up to 1500 lumens at 250 mA and a compact 12-mm x 13-mm footprint, which is 72 percent smaller than the nearest-competing LED component.
One-year results showed a 27-mm Hg reduction in systolic blood pressure and 13-mm Hg reduction in diastolic pressure in patients who had remained uncontrolled despite treatment with an average of 4.7 antihypertensives at baseline, Henry Krum, MBBS, PhD, of Monash University in Melbourne, Australia, and colleagues found.
Specs of the Nokia E63 is as follows: 113 x 59 x 13-mm / 126g form factor, 320 x 240 pixel display, quad-band GSM / EDGE with 660 minute talk / 432 hours standby, microSD memory slot with 110MB internal memory, 2 megapixel camera capable of QVGA video @ 15fps, and Bluetooth.
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