AKU2001 CMOS MEMS Microphone Arrays in TabletKiosk Sahara Slate

Akustica, Inc., pioneer in acoustic system-on-chip solutions, today announced that TabletKiosk's family of Sahara Slate PCs are shipping with an embedded "dual array" of its AKU2001 digital microphones. The Sahara Slate i412T, i440T, and i440D are the first tablet PCs using Akustica digital microphones.

The AKU2001 is a single-chip digital-output microphone manufactured using Akustica's patented Complementary Metal Oxide Semiconductor (CMOS) microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) technologyThe small form factor and digital output of the AKU2001 deliver the ideal microphone solution for enhancing the voice-input quality in a tablet PC.

"Akustica's digital microphones bring a new level of voice input quality to the Sahara Slate PC and ensure that users will never experience the irritating buzzing noises that traditional microphones often pick up from a nearby cellphone or even from the WiFi antennas and that are also located in the slate itself," said Davin Yuknis, Akustica's vice president of marketing and product management. "Our digital microphones

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