Shenzhen-based Chinese company SpinQ Technology has begun selling mobile quantum computers in Japan. Previously, the company supplied its entry-level quantum systems to educational institutions in China, Taiwan, and Canada.
According to journalists, the series includes three devices: Gemini, Gemini Mini, and Triangulum. These PCs are the first quantum computers on the market available to the general consumer.
The cheapest device in line was a two-qubit Gemini Mini, priced at $8,700.
The more powerful two-qubit, 44-kg Gemini system is much more expensive at around $43,000. It can also emulate eight qubits, but it actually contains two physical qubits.
Finally, for $58,000, you can buy a three-qubit Triangulum system