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Property Value
ReleaseYear 0
ReleaseMonth Unknown
PlatformReleaseYear 2009
PlatformReleaseMonth October
PlatformDiscontinuedMonth January
PlatformDiscontinuedYear 2020
BrowserReleaseMonth October
BrowserReleaseYear 2014
BrowserDiscontinuedMonth November
BrowserDiscontinuedYear 2014
ReleaseAge 0
Property Value
MatchedNodes 25
Difference 0
Drift 0
DeviceId 15364-7133-30054-18092
Target User-Agent Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; WOW64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/38.0.2125.104 Safari/537.36
Matched User-Agent ____lla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; WOW64_________________________________________Chrome/38.0.21______ Safari/_______
Iterations 68
Property Value
SupportedBearers Unknown
IsCrawler False
CrawlerName NotCrawler
HardwareImages Front
IsDataMinimising False
Promise Partial
Fetch False
Preload False
PriceBand Unknown
DeviceType Desktop
WebP True
Property Value
ScreenPixelsHeightJavaScript //Set screen pixels height cookie. document.cookie = "51D_ScreenPixelsHeight=" + screen.height;
ScreenPixelsWidthJavaScript //Set screen pixels width cookie. document.cookie = "51D_ScreenPixelsWidth=" + screen.width;
Property Value
HardwareVendor Unknown
HardwareModel Unknown
HardwareName Desktop, Emulator
PlatformVendor Microsoft
PlatformName Windows
PlatformVersion 7
BrowserVendor Google
BrowserName Chrome
BrowserVersion 38
HardwareFamily Emulator
OEM Unknown
HardwareModelVariants N/A
Property Value
CPU Unknown
GPU Unknown
SoC Unknown
Property Value
ScreenPixelsWidth 0
ScreenPixelsHeight 0
ScreenInchesDiagonal 0
Property Value
HardwareRank 1
PlatformRank 5
BrowserRank 416
Error Value
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