High-End


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High-End

1. Describing a luxury item.

2. More generally, describing anything expensive.
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On the other hand, worldwide sales of High-end Inertial Sensors, IMUs & INS Market reached 32,221.1 Thousand Units in 2018and is expected to increase to 52,988.0 Thousand Units by the end of 2027.
If AMD achieves the former, it could make a meaningful inroad into the high-end market given that its 7nm RDNA architecture, though more efficient and powerful, is found wanting when it comes to conducting real-time tracing.
Pakistan 'will observe almost a doubling in high-end flood risk,' with 11 million people at risk of floods unless protective measures are taken by 2040.
Replicating OnePlus' success, Asus also launched a high-end phone with flagship-grade specs at a very reasonable price and the Zenfone 5z is a commendable effort.
However, high-end products including Carlsberg, Tuborg Draft and Chongqing Draft Beer saw revenue grow 8.42 per cent last year.
GAC Motor's high-end line-up composed of MPV GM8, sedan GA8 and luxury SUV GS8 has officially landed, making the company the first automaker to cover the mid- to high-end sedan, SUV and MPV market with a complete layout of luxury Class C vehicles.
David Ridley, VP of sales and marketing for LWRCI, explained there are a couple advantages for retailers who choose to target the high-end market.
Due to the transparent nature of the material, Nascar drivers used Clear Bra to protect their high-end graphics during races.
Beijing, Oct 25, 2010 - (ACN Newswire) - Chinaqualitycrafts.com analyzes benefit from the old for new service and home appliances going to the countryside and so on policies driven, high-end refrigerator get rapidly development, the proportion of the sales of high-end refrigerator rise would throughout the whole 2010.
From the January issue: It's no secret that many top-notch New York City sales brokers took on pricey rentals last year because high-end apartments were slow to sell.

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