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  • adj. Not scrolling, but composed of linked screens between which the player can move.

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Examples

  • SULLIVAN: There aren't many thieves who can offer installation on a flip-screen navigation/video/stereo system with a Bluetooth-compatible computer interface operating over fiber optic cables.

    Car Stereo Theft: A Dying Crime

  • It is about the size of a paperback novel, has an 8.9-inch TFT touchscreen, Transmeta Crusoe 1 gigahertz processor, a 100-gigabyte hard drive, a built in GSM/GPRS cell phone, a 180-degree flip-screen that turns the laptop into a tablet PC--and it weighs a mere 1.1 pounds.

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  • In spite of the vast motion picture possibilities of the T2i, let's be clear from the get-go: These newly hybridized DSLRs aren't your typical flip-screen, handheld, point-and-shoot videocams.

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