I could be wrong; but, I do not think the table is heated by any other means than simply absorbing heat from the printed object.
There was ever-so-slight warping at either end of the piece once it was removed from the print table. But, NOTHING like that I had seen previously with my other 3D printers... including the heated 1st generation Cube. I now believe it is possible to be completely successful when printing properly designed* ABS parts.
This is very important to me. In fact, it's way more important than being able to print in two colors. ABS has a very resilient quality to it that is quite different from PLA. So, I am very happy to know that I can at east start experimenting with ABS again at an ever finer print resolution.
* By properly designed, I mean the strategic placement of holes and other structural relief elements that reduce stress from uneven shrinkage due to temperature changes. Think of the ways iron bridges are constructed with triangular elements, etc. to use less iron while keeping the same structural integrity. A bee-hive is another great source of inspiration for strength without too much bulk.