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This exorbitant smart mug is catnip for coffee geeks

por Thaís Moret (12-10-2019)

id="cnetReview" section="rvwBody" data-component="indepthReview"> There's a Goldilocks zone for drinking hot beverages. Coffee or tea that's just out of the brewer will scald your tongue. Lukewarm drinks meant to be piping hot are never satisfying. When they're at their ideal heat level though something magical happens. Given quality coffee grounds and a competent coffee maker, you can cho thue xe 7 cho innova taste a pleasing depth of flavors. That's just what the $150 Ember Travel Mug is designed to maintain by way of sophisticated electronics and clever engineering that actively regulate the temperature of the mug's contents to a precise degree. 

The good news is that the Ember actually works. Coffee from the Ember was particularly delicious, so much so that it was hard for me to stop using it. The bad news, besides its outrageously steep price, is that it doesn't work for long. Away from its powered cradle, the Ember quickly runs out of power and heat. The 12-ounce container doesn't hold much coffee, either. Both are serious flaws in any travel mug no matter how fancy it is. So unless you're a hopeless coffee fanatic or you like pouring money down the drain, you're better off sticking with an ordinary $20 thermal mug.