Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Toshiba Launches a New Tablet: Expect Immersion Tech to Be Inside

Read the whole article at Seeking Alpha:

>>Whenever a new Apple (AAPL) product is launched, people like iSuppli start looking for the components inside the device, and it's not unusual to see some key suppliers getting a positive or negative impact on their stock price due to the sales expectations generated by this leading customer alone.

Following Immersion Corporation (IMMR) requires a similar approach: the company's success depends on the implementation of its haptic technology into more and more products, and is directly linked to their sales to consumers, as Immersion mostly collects a royalty per unit sold, like in the mobility segment.

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