A computer cleaner from the 1980s.
A computer from the early 2000s.
What do these three machines have in common?
Each is made by the company known as Alien Computer, according to The Verge.
Each machine was designed to remove the fingerprints and other traces of malware, then reassemble the malware in its place, and finally, to be sold on eBay for up to $15,000.
Alien Computer’s machines are currently listed at $7,500 and up, respectively.
“This is our first big success in building machines that are designed to be cleaned,” said the company’s CEO, Robert Calkins, according a press release.
The company is currently offering the machines for $4,900 and up.
Alien computer’s first machine, the Alien 5X, was made in 2008.
The Alien 5 was the first machine in the Alien series, but it was only a prototype, with the Alien 6X being released in 2010.
The original Alien 5 and Alien 6 machines cost $2,000 and $3,000, respectively, and were sold by Alien Computer in the early 2010s.
The current Alien 6 and Alien 5 machines, however, cost $3 and $4 in today’s prices, according the company.
The press release also states that Alien Computer plans to release a full-sized Alien 6 machine, which would be priced at $6,500.
This is the first time a company has released an actual product in a crowdfunding campaign.
The previous most successful crowdfunding campaigns were from Kickstarter in 2014, which raised more than $1.8 million for the creation of the Oculus Rift virtual reality headset.
Alien’s crowdfunding campaign is the second largest of its kind, surpassing the $50 million raised by the $25 million crowdfunding campaign for the first Alien movie.
Alien has previously raised $4.3 million in its first three months of operation, according TechCrunch.