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Old 11-06-2012, 09:39 AM   #103
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Interesting indeed.

From the BusinessWeek article:

The MinION will cost less than $1,000, Sanghera said. 
Its components can be removed, recycled and fitted with new ones at a reduced price
Does that mean all labs would have to buy a certain number of MinION and then periodically send them in for "recycling"?
At $1000 a MinION that could add up to some significant dollars.

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Two interesting nuggets..

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