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Each Merced pin to cost nearly eight bucks

Close analysis based on $3,000 a chip

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After we had our Merced photographs blown up out of all proportion, we carefully counted the pins on each side of the array and came to the following conclusions. If a Merced cartridge contains two arrays which amount to 418 balls and the chip costs $3,000, that will mean each pin costs $7.71. If it's only $2,000, each pin will be cheaper. And if it's only $1,000, each pin will be cheaper still. But it's very expensive, isn't it? When we get home we'll scan the super enlargements in, for your predeliction... ®

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