By fully exploiting the latest MEMS technology, one of Omron's core competencies, the company has developed a subminiature absolute pressure meter that is among the world's most accurate and power efficient.
Futuristic form and sound are taken to a new level and combined in this TEAC model featuring a built-in FM stereo radio with 30 station preset memory, a slot-in CD-Player for CD, CD-R/RW and MP3/WMA disc playback, USB 2.0 port, retractable dock for iPod® and iPhone® and a powerful 2 x 50 watts amplifier driving integrated 2-way stereo bass reflex speakers for room filling sound enjoyment.
Kitamoto City (Saitama Prefecture, Japan) and Sharp Corp will start to test what it claims is the industry's first service that checks elderly person's well-being by using an "Aquos" LCD TV July 1, 2012.
The new service was co-developed by the city and Sharp based on the "Mimamori Service," which Sharp provides for Aquos users. The Mimamori Service automatically transmits the information about TV usage (power-on and power-off) to a specified e-mail address. It was launched in March 2011.