IBM’s digital multimeter hits the market
IBM announced on Tuesday that it will begin selling digital multimeters, a tiny digital sensor used in digital signage and other applications.
The new devices are priced at $49 and come in three sizes: Small, Medium and Large.
The devices are a bit more expensive than the other digital multimeters IBM announced Tuesday.
They can be found in the digital signage section of the company’s online store, but they’re more expensive to buy because of the size.
They’re also available in the company s online store for about $50.
Digital multimeters are a relatively new technology.
They were introduced in the late 1990s as a way to measure the temperature of objects in a room.
But the devices can be quite expensive and, for most people, they’re not very useful.
In the digital multimeter world, the sensor is usually connected to an electronic display, which can display the temperature, humidity, and other digital information, and it is connected to a digital computer.
IBM says it will sell the sensors in digital, and they can be used to measure any number of different kinds of temperature, pressure, light, and sound levels.
It will also sell digital multemeter units that are smaller than digital multis and have a digital display.
The larger devices, which IBM says can measure up to 1 inch (3.4 centimeters) by 3.4 inches (10 centimeters) and cost about $30 each, will be sold as part of the digital-light-pressure-airline-jet product line.
IBM will sell a new digital-airplane-jet device in 2017, and the company says the products will also be available in other industries, such as consumer electronics, healthcare, automotive, and home automation.