Here's the S Filter all dolled up for it's Retina HD display glamor shot. Scroll on down for a couple more stats on what makes us like proud parents when it comes to the new S Filter...
New S Filter Mesh Stat #1: The new S Filter has more than 100,000 holes per square inch. 105,625 to be precise.
New S Filter Mesh Stat #2: Doing a little pir-r-squared math yields 322,000 holes overall. In other words...
New S Filter State #3: The new S Filter has about a third of a million ways for a coffee droplet to reach your cup. Are those useless pixels? We don't think so. That extreme resolution means that we're separating out coffee particles so small they are at the edge of unaided human vision. That means a clean brew but one that's still rich with all the droplets of coffee oil (aka flavor) that have a nice clean path to your cup.
Here's an up close shot of the new S Filter mesh from a coffee droplet's perspective:
For comparison, here's how a coffee droplet sees a paper filter at the same resolution. The twisted fibers of the paper mean there isn't a single clean path to the cup from the droplet's perspective:
That's it for today. More videos of the new S Filter coming soon. In the meantime, tell your friends that resolution isn't just for pixels, it's for coffee too!