The Japanese electronics giant Hitachi unveiled a device called a silicon electron device at the company’s annual conference on Thursday that would keep up to the pace of the world’s fastest internet connections.

The silicon electron is an inexpensive electronic device that has been used to connect to a vast network of sensors and microprocessors.

The device, called Hitachi’s Silicon Electron, can do so much more than simply receive and transmit data.

It can do everything from detecting heat and humidity to sending and receiving data.

“The silicon electron offers a new type of Internet service that is extremely fast, reliable, affordable, and simple to use,” Hitachi CEO Toshio Yamamoto said in a statement.

“It can also send data and information at the speed of light.

And it’s also very compact and lightweight.”

The silicon-electron device will be made available to the public in Japan at a price tag of ¥15,000 ($1,700).

It’s one of several devices being launched to meet growing demand for high-speed internet connections and the growing number of people who want to connect their devices to the internet.

The company has been offering such services for years, but with more people using smartphones and tablets, and with people paying higher prices, Hitachi is seeing a demand for a more affordable alternative.

“We see a lot of demand for the silicon-electric interface technology, and we are trying to meet it,” Yamamoto told reporters Thursday.

“Our silicon-eater will offer the same capabilities of the silicon electron, but in a much smaller package.”

Hitachi hopes the device will help it attract more customers, with the company aiming to provide Internet access to about 50 million people by 2020.

“For the Internet of Things, it will be a big advantage,” Yamaka said.