Overstock has announced that it will soon be selling its ultrasonic cleaning products.
The company said in a press release that it would be launching the product in the UK, and will be available to consumers in Australia, Germany, the US, New Zealand and Spain.
The products will be priced at around £15 ($19).
The news comes amid growing interest in the use of the ultrasonic technology in cleaning products, and is a major step in the company’s efforts to attract consumers to its product line.
Ultrasonic cleaning technology was invented by Dr. Paul E. Heimbach, a professor of electrical engineering at the University of Michigan.
He invented the technology after finding a small sample of water which could be washed by ultrasonic waves.
Ultrasonic technology has been used for years by cleaning products such as toothbrushes, vacuum cleaners, and hair rinses.
The new ultrasonic products are part of a growing trend of using the technology to remove dirt and oils from products.
Last month, Amazon announced plans to launch a series of smart home products, including its Echo Dot, smart thermostats, and a smart lighting system.
The move comes as Amazon and Apple are also investing heavily in their smart home offerings.
Amazon has long been known for its focus on technology, with a commitment to “design with humans at heart,” and a focus on “connectivity that works.”
Amazon and Apple also announced that they are working to build a “HomeKit” platform to allow users to connect and control home devices from their smart phones.
In 2016, Amazon said it would invest $5 billion to build the “Amazon Echo” smart home speaker.