Japan unveils ghostbuster gadget

Associated Press
Friday, April 08, 2005

TOKYO — A “ghost detector” is the latest offering from a Japanese company that sells popular computer data storage units shaped like rubber ducks and sushi.

SolidAlliance Corp.’s portable GhostRadar beeps and flashes red lights in response to unusual magnetic waves. It also reacts to body heat and perspiration detected by a sensor where users place their thumbs.

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