By now, most of us have heard about the new, cheaper all-inclusive machines the company announced last week.
The new machines all come with a new firmware that allows for “less than 5% of the power needed to operate the machines,” according to the company.
In other words, the machines can be powered by less than 5 percent of the electricity they use.
In the future, the company hopes to bring in some of the machines to the market that can run for 15 hours or less.
That’s the same time as the old, cheaper models will run, and it’s a big step forward.
The company’s new machines will have a price tag of $2.50 per hour, or about $1,500 per year.
For comparison, a 4K UHD TV will run for $9,000 to $10,000 per year, according to Engadget.