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In his final "Executive Decision" segment, Cramer spoke with Rick Bergman, president and CEO of Synaptics (SYNA) , a stock that's fallen 24% so far in 2017.
Bergman said that Synaptics remains a leader in human interface technology and business continues to grow thanks in part to a surge in consumer Internet of things devices. Smart devices are the hot product this holiday season, he added.
Synaptics is also a leader in voice technology, which Bergman explained has seen major breakthroughs in recent years, taking it from a nuisance to necessity in our homes and soon in our vehicles as well.
That's not to say there's not demand for his company's optical fingerprint technology. Bergman noted that new smartphones will be debuting with Synaptics fingerprint readers next year.
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