In a move that is sure to please the coffee industry, W.a.
S, the Italian brand behind the Smeg machines, has revealed the Smog machine, the world’s first espresso machine to feature an electric coffee grinder.
The Smog is a machine that has been created by W. a.s.p. of Parma, Italy, which has developed the coffee grinders for other brands such as Sistema, which is currently under investigation for corruption.
The coffee grinding system, which will reportedly be sold at a high price, includes an electric motor that drives a circular motor that spins up to a maximum speed of up to 3,000 revolutions per minute.
The machine is powered by a lithium battery.
The machine will be available in three sizes: an automatic, an automatic with a timer and an automatic without a timer.
The first machines are expected to be sold in Europe, the Middle East and Africa in the next few weeks, according to the company.
The company also announced plans to launch a brand new Smog coffee machine that will allow users to create their own coffee, similar to the way that Starbucks does.
The product, called Smog Coffee, will be a collaboration between W.ab.s and Smeg, with the aim of increasing coffee consumption, according the company’s website.
The Smog will be priced at US$20,000 ($23,500).