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Ember has developed a ceramic mug version of their successful travel mug that keeps beverages at just the right temperature

What could be worse than reaching over for your hot coffee or tea, only to discover that it is now ice cold? Design studio Ammunition has found a way to make sure your cozy warm beverage doesn’t lost its heat.

Utilizing Bluetooth connectivity, Ember allows users to set a specific temperate on their phones and then the mug heats the beverage up and keeps it at that corresponding temperature. We covered their temperature-adjusting travel mug when it first came out in 2015, but now the company has come out with a ceramic version that’s perfect for relaxing at home. The ceramic mug features four sensors embedded inside relay temperature information to a microprocessor, and can be recharged by placing it on top of its conductive coaster. Each ceramic mug costs $79.95 and, like its travel mug predecessor, can be purchased from Starbucks or the Ember webpage.

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What could be worse than reaching over for your hot coffee or tea, only to discover that it is now ice cold? Design studio Ammunition has found a way to make sure your cozy warm beverage doesn’t lost its heat.

Utilizing Bluetooth connectivity, Ember allows users to set a specific temperate on their phones and then the mug heats the beverage up and keeps it at that corresponding temperature. We covered their temperature-adjusting travel mug when it first came out in 2015, but now the company has come out with a ceramic version that’s perfect for relaxing at home. The ceramic mug features four sensors embedded inside relay temperature information to a microprocessor, and can be recharged by placing it on top of its conductive coaster. Each ceramic mug costs $79.95 and, like its travel mug predecessor, can be purchased from Starbucks or the Ember webpage.