Machine Uses Fingerprints To Make A Custom Cup Of Coffee
A coffee maker uses biometric technology to customize orders for every user.
Belgian coffee vending machine manufacturer, Saeco, has developed a new coffee machine that adapts to the personal taste of a user by using their fingerprint to make a custom cup of java. Simply touch the fingerprint reader of the Xelsis Digital ID and it automatically loads your personal user profile with your own name on the display to brew the perfect cup of coffee every time.
But all this convenience comes at a cost; the Xelsis Digital ID costs a whopping $2,500 and may not be for typical households and small offices.