Today Smarter, the makers of the iKettle, have announced a £100 Wi-Fi Coffee Machine that will be available internationally -- that's roughly $150 and AU$190 at the current exchange rate.
That means that you should be able to control what happens with your brew remotely, including being woken just as your coffee finishes brewing, receiving alerts when it needs to be refilled and even getting a "welcome home" note asking if you'd like it to make you a fresh pot.
This isn't the first connected coffee maker we've seen. Thewe reviewed last year was designed in collaboration with Belkin's WeMo line so you have some access to your caffeinated beverage from a mobile app. Unfortunately, it didn't make a very strong brew and it didn't actually integrate with other Belkin WeMo products.
We're very interested to see if Smarter's version is able to produce a better cup of coffee and if its app is more on-point. Smarter's £100 Wi-Fi Coffee Machine is scheduled to hit stores in March 2015. In the meantime, check out the rest of our CES 2015 coverage.