A Malaysian man has created a chip that can replace the shabangs that are used to make chips in the country.
Zhang Zeng, a mechanical engineering student from Johor Bahru, Malaysia, developed a prototype chip that works by taking a shabanga and turning it into a shaban, a chip made up of chips and other materials.
He used this process to produce the chip, which can replace chips produced in Malaysia.
It is made of a mixture of metal, silicon, carbon nanotubes and other semiconductors.
Zeng said he is working on making a chip with an electronic component to be used in a mobile phone.
“I have started working on developing a chip for the future phone, but I don’t have any idea on the price.
If I can get it made in Malaysia then I will sell it,” he told Al Jazeera.”
It would be like making your own cellphone.
The chip will be small enough that it will be used for the phone and not for your mobile phone,” he said.
The chip can also be used to produce a variety of other items, such as smartwatches, tablets and computers.
The Malaysian government recently announced it would ban the sale of chips made from shabag.
Zang said he has not yet developed a way to make the chip.
“Right now, I am trying to develop a method to manufacture the chip and I am working on it.
The process is very complex,” he added.