one way valve new coffee machine

13 Sep 2017

According to the British ‘Daily Mail’ reported that the new coffee machine which can print selfie on coffee in available, is ready to put into use. Read this report, one way valve is very surprised, but also play a strong curiosity on this can print photo on the coffee machine.

As far as I know, this coffee machine designed for self-portrait of the crowd design, just press the button, the coffee machine will be able to 10 seconds or so, with a small amount of liquid coffee extract will be sprayed in the Cappuccino.

Although the machine's printing effect is really amazing, but it is expensive, a coffee machine can print photos about 10,000 yuan. Because of its high prices, ordinary families will not start for the time being, but some large businesses, have seen the self-timer coffee machine brought about by the long-term interests. Now, hundreds of machines have been sold to China, United States, Britain, South Korea, Singapore and other places. Like German Airways first class and business class, are also trying to use this coffee machine. If the trial effect is very good, I believe that from the self-timer coffee machine set off the frenzy will continue.

If it is you, will you want to put their big head stickers or your own photos, so that coffee machine to print out? Regardless of the future will not be tired, but at least still think it is very interesting.

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Originally published 13 Sep 2017, updated 13 Sep 2017.

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