If you own either XLNX or CLS, Sparky here urges you to take a look at the shares of Tiger Telematics (TIGR)!
Both Xilinx & Celestica, working as well-motivated partners, have helped Tiger Telematics build a feature-packed, next-generation mobile gaming machine called GAMETRAC (See all the related CLS & XLNX News Releases!).
This futuristic little device, just unveiled at the 2004 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, does far more than just play games. It's also an MP3 player, a video player, a real versatile messaging facility, and a quality digital camera.
While new to this burgeoning mobile gaming market, Gametrac is about to lock horns with Nokia's gaming cell phone it calls N-Gage, with Tapwave's expensive Zodiac models, with Sony's probably-not-until-2005 PSP, and with Nintendo's perhaps-late-2004 dual screen it's going to unveil this May and call DS.
But here's what makes Sparky so sure that CLS, TIGR and XLNX are about to benefit: Gametrac's the ONLY one of these "new" mobile gaming machines that uses a Microsoft Windows (CE.NET) operating system.
Now, since Microsoft is the planet's largest software producer, since MSFT is well aware of the mobile gaming industry's ongoing explosive growth, and since MSFT would love a big old chunk of this market; Sparky foresees some sort of business relationship between Microsoft and TIGR in the very near future.
And, since Microsoft is so much bigger than TIGR, Sparky thinks the terms of this upcoming deal will be very, very favorable to TIGR shareholders.
With the above thoughts in mind, Sparky urges you CLS & XLNX shareholders to check out the potential we're talking about here.
Moreover, for what you CLS shareholders would have to pay for 100 more shares of CLS, you could buy about 7,500 shares of TIGR! And to those holding XLNX shares, consider this; for what 100 more shares of XLNX would cost, you could buy about 16,000 shares of TIGR!