any of various small hand-held computerized games, usually battery-operated, having a small screen on which graphics are displayed and buttons to operate the game
noun 1. an automotive ignition in which electrical pulses are generated electronically, usually by transistors controlled by sensing devices, without the use of mechanically actuated breaker points. noun 1. any system that uses an electronic circuit to supply the voltage to the sparking plugs of an internal-combustion engine
noun 1. a system of photography using a sensor placed behind a camera lens to translate an image into an electronic signal, which can be stored on a disk or magnetic tape for playback on a VCR or videodisc player and viewing on a television screen.
noun 1. .
- Electronic ink
noun 1. a material consisting of microscopic cells that can be turned from white to black and vice versa with the application of a small electric charge allowing electronically stored text to appear on a paper-like substance