Cue – Fancy Looking Home Medical Test Device

Introducing Cue from Cue on Vimeo.

IEEE Spectrum:

Customers can pre-order the device beginning today, with shipping expected in spring 2015. At launch, Cue will be able to perform five different tests, but its makers say this is just the beginning. "The large majority of tests you do in the lab today, we want to give you access to in your own home," says Ayub Khattak, cofounder and CEO of the eponymous startup Cue.

I don’t know what to make of this and I have my DNA sequenced and in a text file. Cue isn’t out for another year, will cost $300+ and the test cartridges are single use (with cost unknown). Considering how much it costs to go to the doctor in the USA and how shit healthcare is there for ordinary people, I can see why people are excited about this.

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