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October 30, 2006, 3:29 am
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I am a newbie to the field and I am kind off intrigued on how people
manfucture small handheld electronic devices. That is, say, I have an
make a "calculator" kind of device that can take the amount of time you
run as an input and gives the calories burnt as output.
How would I manufacture such a device ? Do I write a computer program,
give it to some manufacturer (say, in China) or should I sit and
design the hardware blocks ?? If so, how would design the hardware
Any help would be greatly appreciated (I am kind of really curious :))
Re: How do I even manufacture a handheld device ?
Several companies specialize in developing devices for other people.
Calculators, milking machines, highway _information_ signs, etc. So
you discuss your specifications with one of those companies, get an
estimate for cost and feasibility, and then decide.
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