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@ 2007-01-24  7:00 Linda Su
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From: Linda Su @ 2007-01-24  7:00 UTC (permalink / raw)


Dear Sir/Madam,

Are you developing a product such as mobile phone, Set-top box, PMP, videophone, 
IPTV or other product with a GUI? 

If you are just looking for a good GUI for a embedded device, MiniGUI must be your 
best choice! 
 
MiniGUI, which is "a cross-operating-system graphics user interface support system 
for embedded devices", and "an embedded graphics middleware", developed by 
China Beijing Feynman Software Technology Co. Ltd.

MiniGUI has become a cross-operating-system GUI system; it can run on Linux/uClinux, 
eCos, VxWorks, pSOS, ThreadX, Nucleus, and even uC/OS-II, even on the Win32 platform;
The hardware platforms tested include Intel x86, ARM (ARM7/ARM9/StrongARM/xScale), 
PowerPC, MIPS, and M68k (DragonBall/ColdFire). 

MiniGUI has been widely adopted and applied by the leading manufacturers in the following 
fields: telecommunication (hand-held terminals, digital-media devices and STBs), industry 
instrument, medical equipment, and military industry.

MiniGUI, make your devices vivid!

go to http://www.minigui.com/  to know more information about our products and company.
If you have any interest or question, please feel free to contact with us: sulin@minigui.org  
 
Best Regards,
Linda Su

Beijing Feynman Software Technology Co., Ltd.
An Embedded Software Tech., Solutions & Dev. Tools Provider.
Website: http://www.minigui.com
Tel: +8610-82652611\2652 ext.816
Email: sulin@minigui.org


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