Essentially, you can brew roughly five liters of beer, overnight (it has to ferment, duh). And the process is relatively easy: "Brewing on Pico is as simple as filling a keg with water, loading the hop and grain modules into the machine and hitting brew," according to PicoBrew.
Pico's online connectivity adds yet another dimension -- it's able to connect to an online database to download brewing recipes from a vast and constantly updating database.
So far, the PicoBrew hit its $200,000 goal on Kickstarter just nine hours after it launched, and (at the time of writing) it's approaching $520,000 raised with more than 35 days left in its campaign. The Pico is set to be available in the Spring of 2016 -- with an MSRP of $999. But, if you jump on the Kickstarter now, you can grab an early-bird special for just under $500.