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HP creó diminuto chip inalámbrico

Hewlett-Packard (HP) creó un chip inalámbrico que puede almacenar hasta 100 páginas de texto incluidos sonido e imagen y que es capaz de intercambiar información.

El chip mide entre 2 y 4 milímetros y puede contener hasta 512 kilobytes de información, pero algunos prototipos pueden almacenar hasta 4MB.

La taza de transferencia de datos de este chip es de 10 megabites por segundo, diez veces más rápido que la de Bluetooth.

Según la información de HP el mecanismo todavía tardará dos años más en ser lanzado al mercado y su precio para la venta podría ser de un dólar.

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