Each year CES (the International Consumer Electronics Show) wows us with innovative technology and the promise of a better future through new state-of-the-art products. At this year’s show, Heatworks’ unveiled the Tetra, a compact internet-connected tabletop dishwasher that requires no plumbing – only an outlet.
Heatworks Tetra Tabletop Dishwasher
Heatworks latest home appliance, Tetra, designed in conjuntion with Frog, is powered by their patented Ohmic Array Technology. Rather than using traditional metal heating elements, it excites the natural minerals in water through graphite electrodes and advanced electronic controls.
This allows for a more precise temperature control temperature — so in addition to doing the dishes, Tetra can sanitize baby products, wash plastic storage containers without melting, cook seafood, clean fruit, or run a load of wine glasses on a gentler cycle. Pretty darn cool.
Heatworks plans to launch Tetra in December of 2018 for $300 USD.
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