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    I purchased this item to help rid myself of large quantities of receipts, business cards, clippings, and documents. Initial installation was easy and I was happily scanning items in. The OCR works pretty well, and I was happy that I could scan items in and export them later if I needed to.

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    I’ve had a lot of questions about the difference between Biotin and Biochanin, both of which are supposedly ways to limit hair-loss! Honestly I did not know the difference because they sound so similar and people claim both of these supplements help limit hair-loss. Apparently the difference here is that Biochanin, while it DOES stimulate osteoblastic differentiation and inhibit the inflammation around your scalp and follicles that lead to hair loss, it is not something that you can take orally!! You have to apply it to your scalp. I’ve been trying 

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    have had nothing but major issues with the mainboard. had to RMA the very first one to Asus the second one is stable. 2nd issue is the memory I got for the board RMA the memory an the replacement is also bad or it is the mainboard not working with the memory installed 2 video cards in SLI an the pc wont stay stable so had to remove the 2nd video card all in all I would avoid the mainboard

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    I bought this on Indiegogo and it is amazing! I was skeptical at first if it would have any impact on the beer and it definitely does! I have tried a few different craft beers in this with a side by side straight from the bottle. This device gives a creamier mouth feel and a nice thick head. It is kind of like a step toward making it a nitro pour, but you can still tell it is CO2. It brings out different flavors of the beer too that you wouldn't notice straight from the bottle. My dad liked this so much he wants one for Christmas.

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