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Mir:ror is a personal RFID reader that connects to a personal computer via a USB port. It was presented at the Internationale Funkausstellung Berlin in September 2008 and is produced by , which also produces the Nabaztag. It is designed to work with Violet-produced RFID tags (Ztamps) which are industry standard ISO/IEC 14443 type A or B. When a tagged object is moved near the RFID reader, the reader will prompt the computer to do something, such as opening a related website. Mir:ror est un lecteur de puces RFID édité par la société Violet depuis janvier 2007. Son exploitation commerciale a débuté en septembre 2008.
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Mir:ror est un lecteur de puces RFID édité par la société Violet depuis janvier 2007. Son exploitation commerciale a débuté en septembre 2008. Mir:ror is a personal RFID reader that connects to a personal computer via a USB port. It was presented at the Internationale Funkausstellung Berlin in September 2008 and is produced by , which also produces the Nabaztag. It is designed to work with Violet-produced RFID tags (Ztamps) which are industry standard ISO/IEC 14443 type A or B. When a tagged object is moved near the RFID reader, the reader will prompt the computer to do something, such as opening a related website.
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