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Old 01-11-2010, 06:04 AM   #8
LDBoblo
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There was a nonfunctioning mockup Mirasol screen featured quite prominently not to long ago, and folks were all over it. Slashgear even did a photo session of the device casing it was in, even though the device was just a nonfunctioning demo unit with no real relationship to any real-world product.

This sort of thing is normal in screen demonstrations.

I never quite understood what is so hard to understand about demonstration and concept units. People seem to think that the software is somehow a real final product, that the casing is a real final product...they seem to forget that this is a technology and concept demonstration set up by a display company, which does not make the software or the casing or anything else really (well Qualcomm might make the processor or other electronic components...)

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