A lot of people who have been following the smart meter hype around Texas say they’ve already seen a lot of smart meters.
The latest, the MetLife Metrometer 4.0, was announced last week and is being rolled out nationwide in Texas.
I got to take a look at one, but I wasn’t able to get a good look at it before the deadline.
The MetLife meter works like this: It senses the energy of the energy grid, then displays it on a monitor.
The meter then uses that information to calculate how much energy to send to your home or business.
The first meter I got had a rating of 80 percent, meaning it had an energy efficiency rating of 85 percent.
This was the best meter I’ve seen so far.
But the Metlife meter I tested this week had an 80 percent rating, so it wasn’t quite as good.
Here’s how it looked when I turned it on.
On my first try, it showed me that the meter had a reading of 70 percent.
I checked it every second and each minute and it was reading 70 percent when I checked.
The next time I turned on the meter, it didn’t go as well.
I tried turning it on for a second and a half.
It was reading 60 percent when it was turned off.
This meter, however, did not show me any errors.
The Meter’s screen is bright.
It’s bright enough to read from my laptop.
I didn’t notice any problems with my computer’s processor.
The screen is also clear enough to see what’s on the screen, so I didn