For anyone dreaming of owning a dishwasher, the Tetra removes just about all obstacles. It plugs into any wall outlet and it costs just $299. It’s about the size of a microwave, runs in only 10 minutes and uses only half a gallon of (hand-loaded) water. Spatially, it’s ideal for a couple, or anyone living alone—with a small capacity. It’s the brainchild of tankless water heater company Heatworks and Brooklyn-based industrial design firm Frog Design. The Tetra connected countertop dishwasher was on site at CES 2018. The only real issue: it won’t be available until December. Read more at Mashable.