Oki Intros The World's Smallest MP3 Chip
on September 18, 2006 - 11:00 AM
Oki Electric Industry unveils the world's smallest MP3 playback chip. The ML2011 carries a MP3 decoder, a 650mw amplifier in a 3.6mm x 4.2mm footprint. It can be used in digital audio players and mobile phones equipped with music playback functions. Oki plans to ramp up full scale production by December.
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