I had some kind of espresso machine, oh about 20 years ago, which really didn't have any electronic jigjaggery in it, and it certainly wasn't computer controlled (as far as I can tell). You put the water in the back, put the grounds in a grounds-keeping thing, and turned it on. Once the water was hot, the force of pressure from the steam forced it through the coffee grounds. If you added a bit more water, you could also froth milk with the optional milk frother thingy that had a twist valve to let steam out of it.
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