Tetra requires no plumbing and is small enough to sit on a countertop

At CES 2018, home appliance company Heatworks launched an internet-connected compact dishwasher that can fit on your countertop. Tetra doesn’t require any plumbing and can be used anywhere with a standard electrical outlet.

It can hold two full place settings, 10 plates or 12 pint glasses. Tetra is transparent so users can see where it currently is in the dishwashing cycle. There aren’t any faucet connections required—instead, water is added by hand. Users know exactly how much water is being used, which is about half a gallon per load. Tetra will be available later this year for under $300. You can check it out in the video below.

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At CES 2018, home appliance company Heatworks launched an internet-connected compact dishwasher that can fit on your countertop. Tetra doesn’t require any plumbing and can be used anywhere with a standard electrical outlet.

It can hold two full place settings, 10 plates or 12 pint glasses. Tetra is transparent so users can see where it currently is in the dishwashing cycle. There aren’t any faucet connections required—instead, water is added by hand. Users know exactly how much water is being used, which is about half a gallon per load. Tetra will be available later this year for under $300. You can check it out in the video below.