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They're not household names but their products drive the future of electronics
A tiny capacitor produced by Taiyo Yuden on show at Ceatec Japan 2014 in Makuhari, Japan, on October 7, 2014
These microSD card slots from Mitsumi are the smallest in the world
This rotational sensor from Japan's Murata is just 3 millimeters square
Resistors from Japan's Rohm that are so small, a microscope was required to see them.
Sensors for wearable devices on show by Alps Electric at Ceatec 2014 in Makuhari, Japan
A five-sensor module develops by Japan's Alps Electric is paired with a battery and mounted on the arm of a pair of glasses
Rohm showed its sensor board packed into a device shaped like a key
Rohm showed a tiny board packed with sensors, including one for measuring ultraviolet rays
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