What is a Vessyl Cup?
Produced by San Francisco’s Mark One, the Vessyl was a cup that purportedly could detect the liquids poured inside of it—pour in your morning java, for example, and Vessyl would tell you if you were drinking a cappuccino or a black coffee (and track your calories, sugar, and caffeine).
How much does the Vessyl Pryme cost?
The Vessyl Pryme hits Apple’s retail and online stores today, and will sell for $99. The company says that the people who pre-ordered the original Vessyl will get a Pryme for free, as the company works on manufacturing the original product. When that might happen is anyone’s guess.
Is Vessyl’s Glass Half-Empty?
ReCode and The Verge both called it legit (Quartz called it ridiculous) and the device drummed up enough media attention that Stephen Colbert parodied it. But Vessyl’s glass is now looking half-empty.