Tassimo's Micro Brewing Architecture
Gizmag has some more details on how Tassimo compares to many of the other in-market or soon to be in-market competitors like Senseo, FrancisFrancis! from illy, Keurig and Nespresso. Since we've reviewed each of the new machines as they've come out, it's interesting to see how the three compare.
We have found each of the new machines to have their pros and cons, but the fact remains - each of these systems really wants to own the single serve coffee market. Each of the manufacturers in the article continue to improve their machines and offerings and make lower and higher price points to get as many consumers as possible. And I have to agree from what gizmag says in the opening, competition does improve these machines. We've seen the latest Home Cafe from Krups simply erase the bad feelings we had about the entire Home Cafe line. Here's to an exciting Fall and even more coffee systems to choose from.
"Competition improves the breed, and no market segment on the planet can ignore that imperative. There is ALWAYS a better way, no matter what the endeavour and the growth of the capsule-based single cup brewer market over the last decade has been spectacular, with the market started by Nespresso, then followed by Senseo, Illy's E.S.E Espresso pods, and the Keurig system, amongst others."
Update: You can now order Tassimo at Amazon.com.
Update 12/07/2005: Read our full review of the Tassimo from Single Serve coffee.com
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Posted by Jay Brewer at September 5, 2005 8:39 AM