The price point for 3D printers depends on a few things, such as number of features, materials such as PLA plastic, metal, resin, etc. speed, and print area. There are cheaper printers that go for around 100$ but the print area on them is fairly small, around 120x120mm, and some of the others that are a bit more around 125$ -150$ like the Anet A8 and similar models require some assembly and fiddling but have a good print area of around 220x220mm and get the job done. Again though the problem is the accessibility of the slicer software, printer controls, 3D modelling, etc. but theres more accessibility prints popping up all the time, educational tools, maps, dice, etc. Honestly at this rate the Braigo will be obsolete before it even hits the market.
You can see a price list for some 3D printers [here] for comparisons.
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