The W12 platform has been making headlines in recent months after a startup named Evolution Engine Rental announced it had purchased the company from GE for $4 billion.
The platform, which offers customization for all the things you wear and wearable gadgets you own, is also currently being used to build the new W12 smartphone, and recently launched a new W8 smartwatch, the first wearable from the company since the original W1.
Now, a company called Evolution Engine has announced a new service that lets employees rent out their W12 devices.
The W10, which is currently the company’s flagship product, is a fully-customizable device that is also made by Evolution Engine.
To use the service, employees can add a custom W12 to their personal collection, and then add their W10 to a group that they’ve created using the W12 service.
The company says that the W10 and the W8 are both available for rent now, and that they’ll be rolling out more devices over the coming weeks.
The service has already received some positive feedback, with users praising the new service.
“I’m very impressed with this service.
I think it’s a great way to build your own personal collection,” said James Matson, a sales manager for a company in the US.
“The price is very reasonable, and the customer service is super awesome.”
The W8 is still available, and can be rented for as little as $300 per month.
While the company isn’t releasing the W9 just yet, the W20, W25, and W30 will be available at some point.
The first W12 is already on sale, but the company has yet to announce pricing and availability.