Job in Yokohama offers the PORTA series of portable X-ray units, with five models: Two for human applications and three for animal applications. The company started developing these products in 1997, and released the first one commercially in 2006. These X-ray units are compact, lightweight, and durable; they're sold mainly overseas. Currently, they're manufactured at Job's plant in Yokohama.
This week it’s all about tiny little Japan's huge reach into the rest of the world: on one hand we've got the Vatican contracting with NTT to digitize over 600 years of archival documents and library stuff, and on the other we've got the Japanese government giving 38 handsome scholarships to some of India's best & brightest.
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Thanko is now selling binoculars that work with iPhone 5 - called Live View Binoculars for iPhone 5.
With regular binoculars, you have to move your face/eyes closer to the lenses. That position could make you feel tired or make you easily lose the object you want to see. Or if you wear glasses, it's probably not clear what you are looking at.
Falling for Osaka...
Lovers embrace high atop the Umeda Sky Building as stray kittens hustle for food in Minami-Temma Park.
Onkyo started accepting advanced orders for their new Windows 8.1 touchpanel 14-inch notebook PC (R6A-51E29) at their online shopping site today. The first shipment will be on March 25.
It features a 10-point multi-touch 14-inch LCD display (1366x768), Intel Celeron Processor N2920 CPU (1.86GHz), 4GB memory, 500GB HDD, IEEE 802.11b/g/n, Bluetooth, 1MP Web camera, SD card slot, USB 3.0, 2 x USB 2.0 and so on.
- Price: ¥63,000
- Size: 342×237×12.3~23.6mm
- Weight: 1.8kg
- Battery life: 10.5 hours
It says American style but REALLY??
Freshness Burger today released a doubtful burger called - Pizzaburg American Style.
Pizzaburg is a burger that looks like a pizza but tastes like a burger, and you eat it with a fork and knife. A beef patty, sunny-side up egg, lettuce, tomato, and cheese are on the fresh focaccia. That's served topped with bacon bits, fried onion and brown sauce.