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We can’t justify the purchase of this machine when we compare it with the $169 Bunn My Cafe MCU, which can make decent K-Cup coffee and a reliable cup from fresh grounds.
With too many better brewers out there in the same price range, it’s hard to recommend the Keurig K75 Platinum.
In CNET's inaugural coffee maker round-up, we take a look at five, higher-end, single-serve coffee makers. You'll be surprised by how much diversity we found among these seemingly simple machines.
If you love Starbucks so much that you don’t care to drink anything else, then look no further – the Verismo is the coffee-maker for you. Coffee drinkers who like fresh ground beans and experimenting with different brands will want to look for a more versatile brewer.
The single-serve coffee experience heats up this year as Keurig's newest coffee-dispensing system, Vue, primes itself to succeed the wildly popular K-Cup.
It’s affordable, it’s versatile, it’s durable, it’s easy to use, and most importantly, it makes a reliably mean cup of joe. The Bunn My Cafe MCU was, unanimously, our favorite single-serve coffee maker.
With fewer brands to choose from, Keurig 2.0 is more restrictive than the last generation, and the K500 doesn't do much to make up for it. As upgrades go, this one doesn't make sense.
A new Keurig Cold machine will allow consumers to make Coke-branded beverages.
Clunky looks aside, the Keurig Vue V700 offers the best value, and richer pod-based brews than other single-serve brewer in its price range.
The brand's next generation of single-serve coffeemakers won't be brewing anything other than Keurig-approved pods.