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    Sensors Help in Plant Selection and Diagnosis

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    Hmmm, that's pretty neat! That's a nice set of features bundled in to one little gizmo. I like the fact that you can chart the changes over time, very useful/cool.

    I hope in the next versions that they enable wireless capabilities. They have SD cards that can connect to a computer wirelessly, so I don't think it'd be too big of a stretch.

    Maybe I'll buy one for the few plants that I've going to leave at home when I move.

    The fact that they use an LED as a light sensor is pretty darn cool, I didn't know they could do that. Electrical/physics stuff isn't really my area, so I'll have to read up on it.

    Thanks for posting the link.
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