New prototype is ready for mass production

It’s been a while since I last wrote about the latest version of the Next Big Fintech innovation that allows you to order a new computer in a fraction of the time and cost.

However, the company behind it, Next Big Technology, have been hard at work on a new version that promises to be faster, cheaper and easier to use.

The Next Big Tech team has been busy developing their new technology, which was unveiled at the 2016 Global Technology Conference in Barcelona and is now ready to go into production.

The company has been working on the Next-Gen (NGT) platform for over a year, and it is now being released as an open-source tool.

The team has recently launched an open beta test for the software, and is planning to expand the product in the near future.

As with all the NextBigTech technologies, there is a lot of work to do to make it perfect for mass adoption, but it’s hard to argue with the progress they’ve made.

The product is designed to support up to 32GB of RAM, while also offering up to 100GB of storage.

There are no pre-installed operating systems to install, and there is also a built-in, lightweight, battery-backed bootloader, allowing you to flash any operating system onto your computer.

As mentioned earlier, there are no embedded chipsets, so the software will also need to be installed on your laptop or smartphone.

This means that users will need to either buy an external computer that has a compatible microSD card or purchase a dedicated USB thumb drive to store their files and applications.

The software is designed for both laptops and mobile devices, and will be compatible with Windows, MacOS and Linux.

It is designed with two main goals: one is to make Next Big Technologies products easier to set up and manage, while the other is to support the growing number of customers who have adopted the platform.

The software will work on both Android and iOS devices, which means that it will work with both the Apple iPhone and iPad.

The product is currently in development, but the team have been working hard to get it out the door, and expect it to be available in early 2018.

If you’re a NextBig Tech user, be sure to sign up to get the NextBTT Beta for free to try out the new NextBig Technology software.