The Future Is Now: Watermill

Canadian company Element Four has developed the Watermill that condenses fresh clean drinking water out of thin air; too bad it costs $1,200.

Even thought they have strayed from the tried and true traditional design of moisture vaporators, the Watermill could literately be a life saver for people in remote locations cut off from fresh water or the water cooler of tomorrows kitchen. Just to be on the safe side you better add this to your emergency disaster kit.

When the Watermill takes off it will really be a boom to the droid resale market since what we'll all really need is a droid that understands the binary language of moisture vaporators.

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