May 23, 2012

TextSpresso Prints Messages on Your Espresso


Have you ever wanted to send that special someone a marriage proposal, cute note, or congratulations in an entire new way and make it work within your world of single serve coffee and espresso? TextSpresso will make this happen. TextSpresso is an espresso machine that prints messages onto your coffee. Created by cloud texting company Zipwhip, the device consists of a Jura Impressa Xs90 espresso machine, with built-in texting capabilities and a Canon printer that uses edible ink.

The TextSpresso won't be available any time soon, but we do like the concept. It's mostly a demo for Zipwhip's edible printing. Edible printing is taking off in lots of different products - most recently we've seen it used on pastries.

We do think TextSpresso has lots of possible uses though even if it's not available yet. We could see this at events or in Starbucks or other large cafes for advertising or just printing fun notes to customers. Imagine a coffee caffeinated future where we only communicate with each other over shots of espresso. We can.

At Springwise via Popgadget

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Posted by Jay Brewer at May 23, 2012 6:02 AM
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