Behmor's app-controlled coffee maker links to the Web for better brewing
Lately there's been a lot of talk about internet-connected coffee machines.
But there's actually not many you can really buy yet except for this guy.
This is the Behmore connected coffee maker.
Coffee brewing system.
It should be shipping soon, and has a whole lot of interesting abilities that just might convince you that a connected coffee machine is in your future.
If this guy looks familiar, that's because it is essentially the same on the inside and almost exactly the same on the outside as One of Behmor's other brewer is the Brazen Plus.
The main difference with this guy though is that on the front face, you won't find a lot of the old school buttons and LCD controls that come on the other version of this machine.
Instead, there's a big brewing button that Circled by an LED light that actually changes colors depending on the brewing mode that it's in and there's also electronics and a wi-fi radio that connects this coffee machine to the internet as well as enables it to talk to apps.
On Android or iOS.
Inside the app you're gonna see lots of ways to tweak the brewing process.
Basically, you'll be able to say how much you want to brew, what the brewing temperature should be.
You'll also be able to match the brewing performance to the specific type of bean or roast you want to brew.
All that gives you tons of power.
In a device that just the other day didn't have these capabilities.
This particular device we're looking at right now is a prototype so it's almost but not quite the shipping model, we just had a chance to take a look at it right here, right now.
We wanted to really show you how it works since we're pretty excited about this.
And We expect to get a review sample hopefully soon, and the product itself should retail for $329.
I'm Brian Bennett for CNET Appliances be sure to check out all of our coffee coverage at CNET.com.
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