The thermos uses a rechargeable lithium battery, which can reheat your beverage if it goes cold. The device can brew tea bags too, if coffee isn't quite your thing.
The company also claims on its Kickstarter page that it is working towards a solution for facilitating loose grounds to alleviate the environmental concerns that plague K-Cups' reputation, but nothing is imminent.
AnyCafé is scheduled to roll out in phases during 2017. And you can get one in your under-caffeinated mitts by pledging $69 (nice) -- which will give you the thermos and a 12v charger... but not till October of next year.
Womp womp. On the plus side, it is dishwasher-safe.
Nevertheless, this gives you an entire year to stock up on K-Cups that actually don't suck.