is a touch screen soda fountain
introduced by The Coca-Cola Company
in 2009. The machine features over 100 
different Coca-Cola drink products,
and custom flavors.
Technologies involved include microdispensing
technology and proprietary PurePour technology. Both technologies were originally developed to deliver extremely precise doses of drugs.
One Freestyle unit with a similar footprint to current vending machine can dispense 126 kinds of carbonated
and non-carbonated beverages from one freestanding unit. Microdosing blends one or more concentrated
ingredients in 46-ounce packets with water
at the point where the beverage is dispensed,
thus avoiding the use of traditional 5-gallon boxes of syrup
(also known as a bag-in-a-box).
Cartridges store concentrated ingredients in the dispenser cabinet and are RFID
enabled. The machine uses RFID chips to detect its supplies and to radio resupplying needs to other units. The traditional ice cube
The maximum rate of output is 95 drinks per hour.