Putting Android in a coffee maker going too far?

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    Putting Android in a coffee maker going too far?

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    OK, I get it. People love their smartphones and how versatile they are. With apps, they can be used to do just about anything. But do we really need a coffee maker controlled by an Android phone?
    Some of the features, to be fair, such as recognizing who you are via your phone and not having to ask what kind of coffee you like are nice, I guess, but not really necessary. Others, such as built-in speakers so you can download music right to it to listen to music while your coffee brews, are flat-out ridiculous.
    Look guys, I’m as excited as anyone about this brave new world of jack-of-all-trades smartphones, but let’s not get carried away, shall we?
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    i like the idea of controlling stuff with my phone. i think everything in our homes should eventually be all controlled by our phones. tvs, washers, dishwashers, lights, stereos, blenders, garage. it would be sweet.
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    You forgot wife/girlfriend .. <g>
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    that should go into the " apps you want to see made" thread thats #1 for me lol

    Edit: at least a mute button would work haha
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    Hell if I knew I would have had a phone like this 15 years ago and coffee maker like this to go along with it I would never have gotten married! Well not really... but it sure sounds good when I say it in my head. :)
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    When I cool off a lil, been outside all day, Im gonna try and find where you can order one and price ..
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    Wonder if it runs expresso UI from HTC :rofl3:
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    I've heard Android will be in toasters, and programmable thermostats too. We already know it'll be in TV sets soon. Couple of years and it'll be running the fridge too. And countless other things around the house. I like it.

    It could be worse... what if was Windows running on everything, you wouldn't be able to trust anything to run more than a week without a reboot. And if it was iOS, Steve would restrict everything you could do in your own home, because Steve knows what's best for you.
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    It needs to be bluetooth and have coffee push. That would be sweet.

    Click a button and it brews your coffee... Why would I want to leave my phone in that machine I got web browsing to do ;P
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    This would be awesome. Coffee push would be better instead of putting the phone on the coffee maker. It's already been proven that the Droid can solve a rubik's cube in 2 seconds. What's left for this phone to do?
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    hahaha. thats very true. lol. and i hope its in all our stuff, i love it.
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    I would seriously buy this. My mornings revolve around espresso...
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    Not an espresso fan, but I'll let my Droid make my coffee :)
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    Yeah, but can Droid make me a sammich.
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    You haven't been to italy then, I wasn't a fan until drinking italy's coffee. For some reason I was able thE drink the coffee in italy. Normally the coffee I drink here makes my stomach hurt.

    At first I was like what's the big deal, android is suppose to come to many appliances. Then I read the whole music bit and thought that was a little much haha lol.

    Sent from my Tapatalk using Droid
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    Update: I just found out that the original 'reviewer' in the original post is an Apple Phan Boy, thus the not so great review...
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    American coffee is trash, usually has a bitter after taste. I think part of it is how we brew it. In Germany I had some coffee that you could stand your spoon up in it was soo thick. Yet it was not bitter and no bad after taste LOL.

    Would be cool to press a widget and have your coffee maker make you a cup LOL
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