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Portable Battery-Powered X-ray Machine Guarantees You'll Always Find the Best Kinder Surprise Toys [Video]

3 years agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Developed by a Japanese company called Mikasa for emergency medical use in the field, particularly when there's no power after a disaster, the TRB9020H portable x-ray machine weighs just 15 pounds and can take up to 300 images on a single charge. More »
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