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It's more than just a cup: It knows what you're drinking

Cups: we all use them. But how do we know what's splashing around inside? Thanks to Vessyl, humanity will never again struggle to remember what we just poured into our glass. Vessyl isn't just a cup: it's a 13-ounce, Bluetooth-enabled, smartphone-syncing, battery-powered supercup. Just dump any beverage from its low-tech, labeled container into Vessyl, and the supercup's display will light up, telling you exactly what you are drinking. All that sounds pretty pointless, unless your brain routinely fails to write to disk. But the company claims beverage identification will help users make healthy decisions "in real time" by monitoring how many calories, fats, and protein they slurp up. The main goal is to actually help you make healthier and more informed decisions in real time. Little by little these decisions translate into big changes over time, so much so, it can transform your life. Liquid calories are often the killer of even the most meticulous diets, so Vessyl could be what some people have been looking for. But a high-tech cup like this isn't cheap -- $199