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.
Don't fret! Whether it's high style you crave, having the most features or you simply value brewing performance above all, there's a coffee maker here that's perfect for your needs.
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.
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.
With presets for brewing tea at ideal temperatures and an internal steep timer, the Mr. Coffee Tea Maker does more than merely boil water, but this is no fully automatic tea dream machine.
As a frugal way to make espresso-based cafe drinks at home, the Mr. Coffee Pump Espresso Maker gets the job done, but not exceptionally well and not without headaches.
Is your screaming baby in need of a fresh bottle of formula? There's an app for that.
The $80 Belkin WeMo Maker Kit acts as a home automation hub of sorts.
This dough-kneading Phillips machine easily churns out fresh noodles in less than 10 minutes.
FirstBuild's $20 Green Bean Maker Module and Software Developer Kit can make your dumb appliances smart.
Can KitchenAid's $200 Sparkling Beverage Maker make at-home soda a classy affair?