San Francisco, USA
March 8, 2005
March 2005 - Sharp prominently displayed the MonRoi Electronic Chess Assistant at the Embedded Systems Conference in San Francisco . To support the growing market for media-rich applications such as portable media players, audio jukeboxes, gaming products and other handheld devices, Sharp Microelectronics of the Americas has enhanced the performance capabilities of its BlueStreak"! ARM9-based 32-bit System-on-Chips. The MonRoi Electronic Chess Assistant uses Sharp's ARM processor.