If you’ve ever wondered how a $100 washing machine works, you might want to look up the algorithm for it.

It was originally developed by the German electronics company BASF, which is now owned by Chinese giant Hon Hai Precision Industry.

That’s because the algorithm was designed for the washing machine market, and it works a lot like the algorithm used in the Amazon Echo.

If you’re using the algorithm, it will tell you when your machine is running low, and when you need to turn it on again.

For the low-end washing machine in the video above, it knows when you’re done washing and wants you to take the time to recharge.

If it can’t get enough power, it’ll tell you if you need more to turn the machine on again, which can be handy when you have kids, or have to get in and out of your car.

Lowes has said that it has been using the technology for about five years, and that it was first introduced to the company in 2015.

Lowe says that it will be available in the U.S. in 2018.

The Lowes Washing Machine algorithm is called LOD (Low-Energy Damp) and it’s a “high-performance low-power algorithm designed to minimize the amount of energy needed to perform the washing process,” Lowes said in a statement.

The algorithm is designed to use only 2% of the power available on the device to achieve the desired results, Lowes explained.

In a statement, Lowe said that “the algorithm is able to use up to 40% less energy than a typical washing machine.”

So it could be used in a small home with an electric dryer or a smaller appliance like a coffee maker.

Lowell said that Lowes “has tested the algorithm in several locations in the United States and Canada, and has found it to work very well.

The program has been certified by the National Institute of Standards and Technology.”

If you’d like to learn more about the algorithm and what it can do, read more here.