Uriel says SmartQsine needs to raise $80,000 by May 27 to take the product into production, and the company has commendably chosen Indiegogo's fixed funding option because Uriel believes they won't be able to do that with any less cash. SmartQsine estimates they'll be able to deliver the product in August. Note the shipping charges that are in addition to the funding, however.
When it comes to managing grocery lists, Hiku has one of the least-expensive solutions, but it depends on your being proactive about scanning or speaking the names of the products you're running out of. SmartQsine's pads and SKE Labs' Neo smart jars avoid that pitfall, but neither solution is cheap if you need to monitor a lot of products.
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