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Battery-powered Portable X-Ray Machine

Japanese company Mikasa (which, it is rumored, might actually be Sukasa) has a developed a lightweight portable X-ray machine that runs on battery power.  That is pretty sweet.  I’m ready to get one in my iPhone. via technabob No related posts. No related posts.
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