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Can You Guess What This Does?

Some things are so perfectly specialised that unless you know what they do, you'll probably never figure it out. The tiny Intel chip is a piece of technology that's perfectly designed to do big things.

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  1. 1. What are these?

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    I dunno, bicycle seats?
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    Something to do with making shoes.
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    Doll feet.
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    Indoor rock climbing things.
  2. 2. Any idea what this thing is?

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    Nope.
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    A tiny creature that whales eat.
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    A bit of a hermit crab.
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    The inside of an ear.
  3. 3. Do you even know where to start with this?

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    Yup, it's for putting on shoes.
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    It's a door wedge.
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    It stops tables wobbling.
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    It's for laying down carpet.
  4. 4. And what about this thing?

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    It's for Time Lords.
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    It's the inside of a lamp.
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    It makes cars start.
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    It's a bit of a fluorescent lightbulb.
  5. 5. This thing?

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    Bit of a bicycle pump.
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    Something to do with radiators.
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    It goes inside taps.
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    When boilers break, it's because this broke.
  6. 6. What's the deal with this one?

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    It's a tool to check for ghosts.
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    It's to check if something is straight.
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    Elaborate drinks shaker.
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    This is a trick question, you made this thing up.
  7. 7. What's this do?

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    It's a medical thing. I don't want to think about it.
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    It's for pitting cherries.
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    It's for cracking nuts.
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    It's a beauty tool. Something about eyelashes.
  8. 8. And uh, this?

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    It's for getting the giblets out of a chicken.
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    It's for scooping the stone out of a peach.
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    Looks like it would cut butter.
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    Medical. Definitely medical and definitely gross.
  9. 9. This?

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    It's a sort of whisk.
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    It's a gardening tool for aerating the soil.
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    It's a head massager.
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    It's just an ornament for people with no taste.
  10. 10. What are these used for?

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    Something to do with jam.
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    Ancient, mysterious Chinese medicine.
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    They're candle snuffs.
  11. 11. And what about this blue thing in the front?

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    It's for brushing your hair when it's wet.
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    Back massager.
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    It stops your pens rolling off the desk.
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    It separates your toes.

Q. Any idea what the Intel chip does? A. Way more than you think.

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