Nespresso Releases Intelligent Coffee Maker

Posted by Elana Safronsky, Handling Editor, HGTV.ca Tuesday, March 1, 2016 five:sixteen PM EST

Possessing revolutionized single-serve coffee-making, Nespresso is after yet again very hot on the trail of buyer tendencies with the release of Prodigio, its 1st ever smartphone related espresso equipment.

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The new Prodigio machine enables the operator to put together espresso remotely, be
alerted when they are running low on their favorite Grands Crus and even be notified of the
perfect time to descale, or if the capsule container is full.

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Nespresso boutique and cafe in Toronto’s Yorkville. Photograph credit: Elana Safronsky for HGTV.ca

Making use of Bluetooth Intelligent ® engineering, the Nespresso Prodigio links with
the tried and true Nespresso smartphone app and with the swipe of a finger users are ready to brew their favourite cup of joe from the comfort of their couch. The joys of the app contain automatic brewing at any given time, automated turn-off, a range of ordering and re-stocking alternatives and a slew of upkeep alerts.

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Nespresso boutique and cafe in Toronto’s Yorkville. Picture credit history: Elana Safronsky for HGTV.ca

As extraordinary an experience as a property Nespresso device offers, if you get a possibility to go to a Nespresso boutique and cafe, whether to restock on your favorite Grands Crus (Roma 8 all the way!) or to examine out a new device, do not move up the chance. The cafe and boutique in Toronto’s posh Yorkville area is a modernist feat, with lots to feast on for all the senses.

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Nespresso boutique and cafe in Toronto’s Yorkville. Photo credit history: Elana Safronsky for HGTV.ca

Made by French architect, Francis Krempp, the idea for the Nespresso boutique is a blend of an Artwork Deco really feel with contemporary designs and materials.

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“An eclectic mix of resources, comprising the heat of wooden, the luxurious of leather-based, the higher-tech character of metallic and the purity of glass”, reads the Nespresso website, in describing the visual design of its boutiques. All the boutiques share a similar aesthetic.

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Nespresso boutique and cafe in Toronto’s Yorkville. Image credit: Elana Safronsky for HGTV.ca

The Nespresso Prodigio machine will be obtainable from March 2016 and will be priced at
$ 269 CDN and $ 319 CDN for the Prodigio &amp Milk.

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