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  • #16
    Have you heard of any improvements over the previous system (other than the 96 sample capability)?
    The agilent page is not very informative.

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    • #17
      I think that is it, other than the walk away capability. Pricing is about $5k more than the old system. Uses the same tapes and allows selecting specific wells. Not sure if that requires two at a time. This was from someone who attended their booth.
      Last edited by Ingeneious; 01-30-2016, 06:21 PM.

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      • #18
        Thanks a lot Ingeneious!
        Originally posted by Ingeneious View Post
        I think that is it, other than the walk away capability. Pricing is about $5k more than the old system. Uses the same tapes and allows selecting specific wells. Not sure if that requires two at a time. This was from someone who attended their booth.

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        • #19
          Hi! Just writing 4 years later..
          My lab is thinking about buying TapeStation. I would like to hear more from you guys, how has your experience been over the past couple of years?
          Also, I don't think TapeStation has any competition on the market. It seems like the best and also fastest QC system.
          Thanks!

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