The PowerTap Power Meter 2 has arrived at the end of a long journey.
PowerTap unveiled its latest version of the PowerTap T3 last month, the company announced on Thursday.
It also announced the introduction of the new PowerTap 4, which it calls the PowerMeter 4.
The PowerMeters are a little different from PowerTap’s previous offerings, though.
The 4 is not a PowerTap device, but a standalone device that runs Android Auto and is compatible with Android 5.1.1 and up.
It comes with a 12-volt battery, which PowerTap says will last up to four hours, and a 6-foot (2.5 meters) charging cord.
The unit is available for $199 and will be available starting on Sept. 17, the day before the end-of-year deadline for all PowerTap devices.
The new PowerMesers also include Bluetooth connectivity, a GPS receiver, and Bluetooth connectivity for smartphones and tablets.
The first PowerMakers will ship in September.
The latest version is based on a Snapdragon 808 processor, a quad-core 1.8GHz Cortex A9 processor, 2GB of RAM, 32GB of storage, a 1.4GHz ARM Cortex A57 processor, and 128GB of internal storage.
The power meter has three sensors that can read temperature, cadence, battery life, and power level, with more sensors coming later.
The sensor that reads temperature is a 10-degree-accurate temperature reading, and the sensors that read cadence and battery life are both calibrated to be at 85 percent.
It measures the distance between the top of the battery and the bottom of the device, with the higher numbers indicating better battery life.
The GPS receiver will track your car, and it will show you where the battery is in real time.
You’ll be able to also get access to your Android phone’s address book and get to your favorite apps.
The battery life will tell you how long you can use your phone in terms of power, as well as how much time you have left.
The smartphone-friendly PowerMers can measure the distance to your vehicle, as shown in the diagram below.
There’s also an indicator for how much you are using the Power Meter, which can be used to measure the amount of power remaining in your car or to measure how much your car’s fuel tank is full.
The company says it will sell PowerMets for $149 each.
The phone-friendly versions will be limited to 100 units each.
They will also have a price tag of $149.99, which is the same price as the regular PowerModes.
The next PowerMode, the PowerWarm, is expected to ship in the fourth quarter of this year, PowerTap said.
PowerMecher 4 will be sold at $199, and will have an additional 12-watt charger.
It will also be available at $399.99 and will come with an extra 12-foot cord, the same as the previous version.
There will also also be an additional $150 price tag for the new version.