According to the Japanese portal PC Watch, sales of portable quantum computers of the Chinese company SpinQ Technology from Shenzhen have begun in the country. The company introduced three compact quantum computers at once – Gemini Mini, Gemini and Triangulum.
The cost of the simplest two-qubit Gemini Mini system is about $8700. The mini version weighs 14 kilograms and has the following dimensions: 200 × 350 × 260 mm. Power comes from a conventional power supply and consumption does not exceed 60 watts. The built-in software allows you to simulate the work of eight qubits.
SpinQ Technology positions all three systems as tools for learning how to work with quantum devices. Computers are based on the effect of nuclear magnetic resonance. Dimethyl phosphite is used as a working substance, in which hydrogen and phosphorus atoms are the same qubits.