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Sneezing radio cleans its own microprocessors

Much as the body sneezes to remove foreign substances from the nasal cavity, this radio allegedly sneezes to cleanse its microprocessors of dust. The details:

. . .the radio is forced to sneeze every six months in order to protect the microprocessors from dust. Users can manually override the bi-annual sneeze, with a SNZ button being added for those days when you really don't have time to give the feather duster a work-out.

Via Gizmodo

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