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Can Smart Coffee Maker Really Make Your Life Easy?

The world around us is changing rapidly, homes are now getting connected at a much faster rate than ever before. What was novelty a few years ago is now commonplace. Your home may not be connected today, but there is a very good chance it will be by 2020. Many studies are published on this topic and most of them suggest that half of the American broadband households will contain a smart device by 2020. That year, there will be more than six connected devices for every person alive on the planet. This remarkable change is happening because of many reasons, this includes safety, comfort, and energy efficiency. More and more consumers are taking these things seriously. Baby Boomers hope to increase their home values, Gen Xers care most about a healthy environment, and Millennials want to make their homes more convenient for daily tasks.

Consumers are eager to welcome connected tech into their homes, but until recently, practical barriers have kept household brains at bay.

What are the main roadblocks to adoption of new technology?

It starts with the cost factor; steep prices have stopped most families from purchasing IoT products. Over 46 percent of non-users point to it as their primary hesitation. With any new technology, adoption takes time. Just as they did with cell phones and personal computers, prices will drop as demand ramps up. Many shoppers have most likely noticed this happening already. Amazon’s Echo Dot topped Time’s tech gift guide this past season, more and more developers are now getting into the game. We can say with certainty that the Echo Dot will soon have plenty of company. Like in the smartphone case, smart devices’ APIs are rapidly opening up for developers. Once closely guarded by Amazon, Alexa’s APIs are now available for all to access, and developers are already taking advantage. Other manufacturers will inevitably follow, making increasingly inventive integrations possible.

It doesn’t take a genius to see the trend toward smart home technology. In a few short years, most homes will have minds of their own.

What will Tomorrow’s Connected Home have?

At this point, most everyone is familiar with Hollywood’s take on smart homes. Residents walk in, say a command, and get exactly what they want. But while reality isn’t quite there, it’s also not far off.

Google’s recent Super Bowl advertisement showed what a smart home can be. From playing music to dimming lights to answering questions, these virtual assistants turn our homes into extensions of our digital selves. What smartphones did for our social lives, smart assistants are now doing for our home lives.

For a simple example when more IoT devices are added in, things get even more fun. Alexa could tell a Roomba to start cleaning, a smart shower to start warming up after a long day, or even a smart fridge to recommend a dinner recipe based on its contents.

There will come a time — and it’s not that far away — when parents, before leaving for work, give chore lists to their homes instead of their kids. The major software components are already there. Soon, it won’t be our technology that defines the limits of what a smart home can be, but our own imaginations.

 

The voice assistants — Siri, Alexa, Google Home, and the rest — will be the interfaces for our future smart homes. Just as with the smartphone boom, tech companies are competing to produce the primary input device for the stream of integrations that is sure to follow.

One aspect that interests us a lot today is the morning cup of coffee. There is truly nothing better than a perfect cup of coffee in the morning. But a lot of the time it is hard for us to actually get out of bed and go and make that perfect cup. The smart devices world is changing that as well. You could use a smart plug with a regular coffee maker, but there are coffee makers available that you can control from your phone.

What Are Smart WiFi or Bluetooth Coffee Makers?

Smart coffee makers allow you to control the timing of your favorite cup of coffee in an instant or with a timer through a smartphone. For example, you can fill your grinds before you go to bed and have your coffee maker set to have a hot cup of Joe right when you wake up.

Why You Need a Smart WiFi Coffee Maker

Smart coffee makers allow you to start your cup of coffee every morning before even getting out of bed! Additionally, a lot of them offer various scheduling features, updates and more! If you’re like me and hate to wait for the drip in the morning, you need a smart coffee maker.

How to install and use a Smart Coffee Maker

Installation and use of these products vary. However, the majority of products on this list are as simple as plugging in and connecting to your home Wi-Fi to set up. Then, as simple as pressing one or two buttons on your smartphone to use.

How much do Smart Coffee Makers cost?

This is where you see a significant difference. If opting for a smart coffee maker, you are looking at paying anywhere between $50 to $6000! Thankfully that’s enough of a price range to fit any budget.

We have a small list of what is getting press coverage as the best set of coffee makers for 2018

The Nespresso Expert is a high-quality coffeemaker – that’s why it’s high on my list. This coffee machine is true magic by De’Longhi because it allows you to brew premium coffee in 4 convenient sizes: Americano, Espresso, Lungo, and Ristretto. Who doesn’t love an Americano in the morning? Even better, it takes is less than 30 seconds for your coffee to be ready.

If you are looking for a high-quality coffee maker, this is certainly for you. I love that I can brew my desired coffee in as easy as 1, 2, 3.

 

 

 

 

 

The Brewgenie is one of the more affordable solutions on the market. With an accompanying smartphone app, it reminds you to set up for brewing the night before and automatically brews as programmed or on-demand using your phone. This is the ideal coffee machine for three people.

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  1. You find it difficult to get up in the morning
  2. You have early rising guests; start their coffee for them without getting out of bed.
  3. It is smarter; it monitors your supply of coffee and sends push notifications to your phone when it is time to pick up fresh beans or ground coffee.

In our belief, the world is becoming a better place and the smart coffee maker is surely helping people like us in making it more enjoyable.

 



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