I've got almost as many unfinished blog posts as manuscripts open on my desktop and some pressure to wrap up some things before others, but -- holy cow -- this is fantastic!
Not only do they pull off sequencing a protein, but pull it back in reverse it to do it again! Full de novo single protein sequencing from a single protein molecule. Sure, it's slow, but have you seen their solutions for speeding up their DNA sequencers?
I only x'ed out the one that, in my ever humble opinion, is dumb (it's a cheaper version with too many limitations to make it useful for anything I can think of). You can plug your single sequencer into your laptop with a MinIon (I only have an older one and its a little big for a thumb drive. Think about 1/3 the size of a small iPhone) and if you need to do more sequencing you can plug a bunch of them into a GridIon and plug that into your laptop. And if you need a crap ton of throughput you can plug several hundred of these things into a big box called a PromethIon.