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Display device capable of automatically adjusting display orientation and the display segment arrangement thereof

Image Number 6 for United States Patent #8031132.

The present invention provides a display device capable of automatically adjusting display orientation and the display segment arrangement thereof. The display device is provided for an electronic product. The display device includes: a segment display device, a position detection device and a decoding circuit. The segment display device has plural display segments arranged on the electronic device. The position detection device is arranged on the electronic product for generating a first status signal or a second status signal based on the electronic product being positioned horizontally or vertically. The decoding circuit connects to the segment display device and the position detection device for receiving a numerical signal and displaying the numerical signal on the segment display device based on the first status signal or second status signal.

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