Nick Loman has posted pictures of Roche's new GS Junior at his blog, Pathogens: Genes and Genomes. "The GS Junior is a cute little thing, about the size of a laser printer. The LED looks a bit like a coin-slot and a few people commented that you 'put your 50p in there' and out comes the data," he writes. "A few people commented that they'd buy one if they did it in pink."

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