Keurig at least served a purpose that wasn't being met before Keurig. Juicero is caught between the people who own a juicer and squeeze their own fruit juice, who wouldn't pay $700 and a monthly subscription for the privilege of doing what they were already doing, and people who buy fresh squeezed juice from stores (who wouldn't pay $700 for the privilege of paying what they were already paying for juice).
The most astonishing thing to me is that this is a product people bought rather than a failed kickstarter.
It seems like the demographic is like, people who grew up with servants but can no longer afford to keep the help?
Keurig may be just as lazy but you can't argue that it's a convenient way to brew a single cup of coffee. Although their DRM attempt was almost as hilarious.
And Keurig is lucky that they didn't launch with DRM, or they never would have built a market from scratch.