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Unicorn just posted this on twitter.

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Well, for me it sounds like a electronic steeldartoard, which counts automatically. Probably with a connection to the internet.

Well, let's see what Unicorn has thaught of.
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Looks like staples and round wires in the background, wonder what they are up to.
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Given the way darts seem to drop or bounce out of Unicorn boards, wonder whether it will still count them the same as soft tip boards do
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I'm actually pretty surprised an automatic steeltip board wasn't invented already... Seems like it would be a pretty easy thing to do with so much metal involved. I guess the risk of getting shocked when retrieving your darts could be a real concern though.

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If it is an electronic steel tip board then there was one several years ago - think that might have been Unicorn as well without checking - so it's not really a new idea
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Just did a search and it was Unicorn that came out with an electronic bristle board - first available from Amazon in 2009

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Unicorn-Dartboa...B0043XYKO2


It looks like there may be other machines available now from a company called Wild Board

https://www.bmigaming.com/wild-bull-live...achine.htm
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Look at those HUGE wires on the old Unicorn board!!

No bloody way!

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hmm,
Unicorn registered a Trademark classified in Class 28. That means
Quote:Games and playthings; gymnastic and sporting articles not included in other classes;
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Ah finally something to look forward to other than bad weather
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What's the point of mixing up a steel- and electronic board?
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(12-14-2016, 04:48 PM)TheRedBit Wrote: What's the point of mixing up a steel- and electronic board?


It for people who can't count. Or to finally sack Russ Bray Guests cannot see images in the messages. Please register at the forum by clicking here to see images.
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Or for alot of US players who can't count cause they only play cricket lmao
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I really hope this has some app driven online play like the Gran boards.
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Something about dead ends comes to my mind...
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