The MiniSport is 12.5" wide x 9.8" deep x 1.29" tall (318 mm x 249 mm x 33 mm), (lid closed), 7.75" (197 mm) tall (lid open). It weighs 5.9 lb (2.7 kg), with battery.
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“Is it true or false that Belfast is north of London? That the galaxy is the shape of a fried egg? That Beethoven was a drunkard? That Wellington won the battle of Waterloo? There are various degrees and dimensions of success in making statements: the statements fit the facts always more or less loosely, in different ways on different occasions for different intents and purposes.”
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