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Rise High No. 1
This year is the year of the dragon in the sexagenary cycle. With a new year ahead of us, we hope that the wishes we make will come true as surely as our spinning top rises to the sky like a dragon. Like a well-spun top that spins indefinitely, we hope this will become a year when Japan will recover its vitality and maintain it forever.
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Number Vol.67
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Backlight LED Driver IC (3D Compliant) with a Built-in Boost-type DC-DC Converter for Edge-lighting LEDs that Features High-precision Dimming
Sony Commercialized the Industry's First NFC Wireless Communication IC Supports Mobile FeliCa
- Incorporates a Number of Contactless Technologies that Provide Solutions for Smart Phones -
World's First Demodulator ICs for "DVB-C2" Digital Cable Broadcast Standard
Single-chip IC for European Digital Satellite Broadcasts Reception Optimal for on-board Designs
Diagonal 8.918 mm (Type 1/1.8) 2.83M-Effective Pixel Black-and-White and Color CCD Image Sensors for Industrial Cameras with Full HD Pixel Count, High Sensitivity and Low Smear
Diagonal 7.76 mm (Type 1/2.3) 18.47M-effective Pixel High-speed Back-illuminated CMOS Image Sensor for Consumer Digital Still Cameras
Transmissive 10.1 cm (4.0-Type) qHD Color LCD Module with Touch Panel Functionality Using "Pixel Eyes" Technology
Newly Developed Database-type Super-resolution Signal Processing IC that Produces High-resolution and Realistic 4K Video

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Introducing High-resolution, Spectacular 4K Video that Has 8.85M Pixels, or Four Times the Resolution of Full HD Into the Home
Sony semiconductor technology opens up a new world of imaging

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