Costco is selling a $100 million monitor that has a 165hz display and displays the air quality data on its web site.
The company is making the device in the U.S., which is a big deal because many countries do not allow the sale of air quality monitors, the Associated Press reports.
“This is the first time we’ve seen a monitor of this size,” Richard Lippert, president of the Canadian Manufacturers’ Association, told the AP.
He said the device is being made by one of the top makers in the world.
“It’s the size of a small computer monitor.
It weighs more than 100 pounds,” Lipperton said.
The monitor, called the HP G200G5, has an 8-inch display and comes with an AirSense air sensor that can detect the amount of pollutants in the air.
It measures the amount in micrograms per cubic meter, or 1.6 milligrams of carbon monoxide per cubic foot.
The monitors air quality sensor also has a camera that can be used to check the air around the device.
The device can measure the level of pollution in the ambient air, and if it is too high or too low, it can also send a message to the company.
If the company can prove that the air pollution is harmful, the company says it can send a warning message to users, who will then have to turn off their computer and disconnect from the power.
It costs about $1,800 for the monitor and comes in three different models.
Costco says the air monitoring system works by analyzing the air from around the home and then comparing it to the levels of air pollutants that the home has.
A device like this will allow people to monitor the air in their homes, not just the air they breathe.
Costly air quality monitoring can make it harder to combat climate change.
Lippart said the monitors are part of a $300 billion effort that is called the Global Greenhouse Gas Initiative, or GLGI.
The GLGI includes projects in more than 200 countries, including countries that do not have a functioning national air quality program.
It aims to reduce emissions from the world’s major economies.
A $1 billion project by the GLGI last year included air monitoring and monitoring systems for a network of nearly 40 million homes, said Bill Tuchscherer, director of global research at the American Lung Association.
“These devices can be integrated into these programs so that they are cost-effective, they’re effective, they make a real difference to people’s lives,” he said.
Lipscherer said that when air pollution levels increase in one part of the country, it also makes it harder for people in other parts of the world to breathe.
“They make it difficult for people to get their daily work done, because the CO 2 levels in the environment get higher,” he told the Associated AP.
“And so that is a real issue for climate change.”
The new monitor is made by HP and has a 5-inch touchscreen, according to its description on the company’s website.
The price of the device comes in at $1.7 million.