IHS iSuppli: High Level of Chip Content in GE Washing Machines

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Bolaji Ojo
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Re: More electronics
Bolaji Ojo   7/8/2012 8:45:26 PM

Nemos, Indeed, the semiconductor content of many mechanical products has been rising as companies replace some functionalities with electronic drivers. In addition to washing machines, chips are going into dryers, other household gadgets like stoves, microwave ovens and refrigerators.

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More electronics
Nemos   7/8/2012 7:43:42 PM
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It is not a big surprise for me; we will have more complex electronics inside devices like washing machines in the near future as a result, we will see a small increase on the price.



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