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Old 03-21-2013, 12:39 PM   #14
dje31
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Over time, this is likely to become the go-to solution, but it's a high cost of entry right now. To get the output needed is probably cost-prohibitive at present. Lots of MFR'ing R&D costs to recoup.

That being said, when they get the technology---and price---down, it should be an excellent alternative, and relatively cheap to operate. Instant on / off is also a plus.
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