The company’s miniature optical finger navigation (OFN) input system is suitable for use in a variety of mobile and consumer electronics such as cell phones, MP3 players, miniature PCs, game pads, digital cameras, and keyboards. The device features a low-power architecture and power-management modes and is capable of high-speed motion detection at rates up to 15 ips. Its on-chip oscillator and LED minimize external components and precise optical alignment is not required, enabling high volume assembly. Other features include a self-adjusting frame rate, motion-detect-pin output, internal oscillator, selectable 250-, 500-, 750-, 1,000-, and 1,250-cpi resolution or auto, dual 2.8V/1.8V or single 2.8V supply options, and a selectable I/O voltage at 2.8V or 1.8V nominal. AVAGO TECHNOLOGIES, San Jose, CA. (800) 235-0312.