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    Sapphire Technology ( Chinese: 藍寶科技) is a Hong Kong -based technology company, founded in 2001, which produces graphics cards for personal computers and workstations, motherboards, TV tuner cards, digital audio players [1] and LCDTVs [2]

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  8. St Edward's Sapphire - Wikipedia

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    St Edward's Sapphire is on public display with the other Crown Jewels in the Jewel House at the Tower of London . The sapphire is believed to have originated from Asia, potentially either from Afghanistan or Sri Lanka, which have been famed for their gem-producing corundum deposits since ancient times. [1] See also [ edit]