If you’re one of those people who just wants to have a commercial machine, you can now get one for a fraction of the price.
The $150,000, or about $160,000 in bitcoin, portable oxygen machine is the brainchild of startup Tengus.
Tengu is a company that focuses on making medical equipment for doctors.
It offers an oxygen pump that is designed to be carried around and used for oxygen extraction and treatment.
It’s essentially a handheld oxygen syringe with a built-in filter that will also work as a drip machine.
It costs $149,000 and is available for preorder on the company’s website.
But the most exciting part is the machine’s built-ins, which include a microprocessor, a processor that will process the instructions to power up the machine, a battery, a controller and a battery holder.
This all comes with a USB cable and a user manual.
Tiangus also has a Kickstarter campaign where it has raised $1.5 million in just over a week.
If you want to learn more about the machine itself, check out this video.
The company is also working on a similar machine that is set to be unveiled at CES this year.
The portable oxygen device uses a microchip, which is the same technology that makes Arduino compatible, and is set for a November release.