Xelsis Digital ID SLX 8870 MS Coffee Maker Uses Fingerprint Biometrics For Personal Taste ID

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Do you like your coffee a certain way, but awake too foggy in the morning to hassle with a set of knobs and buttons?  No problem.  The Saeco Xelsis Digital ID SLX 8870 MS lets you program up to 6 presets, which can be accessed simply by placing your finger on the machine.  That’s right, it has a fingerprint reader much like today’s laptops and hard drives, however it won’t prevent someone from brewing a cup of coffee.  It’s not a security feature.  It’s a memory feature, using the latest in biometrics.  Some other cool features include a cup warmer and auto steam clean cycles.

Xelsis Digital ID SLX 8870 MS Coffee Maker Uses Fingerprint Biometrics For Personal Taste ID

The Saeco Xelsis has 6 one-touch beverages that can be personalized by 6 user profiles – every family member gets his or her favourite customized specialty. The wide and easy-to-read display allows one-touch functionality and intuitive handling.

Purchase here.   Oh I forgot to tell you.  This thing runs around $2500.  WOW!

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