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There aren't a lot of quality automatic coffee machines under $200, but Electrolux thinks its $150 Expressionist Thermal Coffee Maker has what it takes to beat the odds.
Excellent shots and cafe drinks make the Philips Saeco GranBaristo Avanti a tempting super automatic espresso machine, but better deals are out there if you're willing to accept less convenience or taste that's slightly less impressive.
The $150 Kitchenaid Precision Press features a built-in scale to measure coffee grounds and water but its high price doesn't translate into extra convenience.
$329 is a lot to pay for a drip coffee machine, but the Behmor Connected Coffee Brewer plans to dazzle you with great java and convenient smarts.
The super-automatic Krups EA9010 might be stunningly expensive but it's sure to please the well-heeled who crave great espresso and cafe drinks delivered at the push of a button.
The $399 Auroma One is built to brew quality coffee tailored to your tastes thanks to its Wi-Fi and app connection.
Those who desire the most flexible and feature-rich coffee maker that brews java well and functions as an adjustable water heater for tea will find the Oxo Barista Brain 12-cup Brewing system very hard to resist.
The Breville One-Touch Tea Maker is without a doubt the current pinnacle of automated loose-leaf brewers for the home but it comes with a luxury price to match.
Making lattes and other cafe-style drinks is hard work, and the Mr. Coffee Cafe Barista successfully automates much of the process, but consistently pulling straight shots of quality espresso is out of this machine's reach.
If you're willing to take your home espresso game up a few rungs then the De'Longhi Dedica is worth the money, but you'll have to spend a lot more for this chance to pull shots like a pro.