November 5, 2014

Arist Café Smart Single Cup Coffee Maker

Arist coffee maker

The Arist Café is a smart single cup coffee maker that uses an app on your  Android or iOS device. The smart coffee maker connects to your phone via Wi-Fi networks, and you control the Arist with the an app. This type of single serve coffee maker that makes one cup of coffee using whole bean to ground seems to be a trend. We’ve seen at least 4 of these machines making their rounds on various funding sites and this one is already funded. 

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  • REMEMBERS YOUR FAVORITE RECIPES  - Just like your friendly neighborhood barista, Arist remembers your tastes, and makes sure you get the best cup of coffee.
  • FINE-TUNE YOUR DRINKS  - You can adjust the finer points of your daily cup with a simple swipe of your finger. A little more? A little less? You can tweak at will.
  • RECOMMAND DRINKS FOR YOU - Like any good barista, it recalls your preferences and your particular drinking habits and can make tailored recommendations."

You canThe Arist Coffee Machine is available for pre-order for $299 via the Arist Café web site, and they have a campaign on Kickstarter. Video after the jump...

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Posted by Jay Brewer at November 5, 2014 7:44 AM
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hi iwant buy this arist smart cafee how can i help my


Posted by: mohamad at January 23, 2015 7:03 AM

Seriously?
Who would even want something like this?
What's next a refrigerator that will only open by using an "app" on a phone, or stove not work except by linking to a smartphone?
Sheesh.
For $299, I'll stick with Keurig.


Posted by: Joe Mason at November 10, 2014 4:01 PM

This looks interesting. Glad to see single serve machines using whole beans since the prepackaged cups, capsules, and pods are all lacking. The bean hopper is fairly opaque, more so than other machines and grinders. However, I probably still wouldn't plan on storing them in the machine all that long.


Posted by: AO at November 6, 2014 8:01 AM
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