Imagine a fridge that can entertain during dinner, view your son’s soccer practice schedule, and capture pictures of the inside of your fridge. Seems too good to be true, right? Believe it or not, Samsung has stepped up their game with their notable appliance, the Family Hub refrigerator. The Family Hub is Samsung’s new Wi-Fi enabled touchscreen fridge that can help your family stay organized while providing entertainment for the whole house.
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This week at CES 2016, our team stopped by Panasonic and got a closer look at their new upcoming product. Panasonic showcased their new Counter Top Oven with Instant Heat. The product displayed Panasonic’s new, sleek design that will carry over to other upcoming models in their product line, like the vibrant blue non-stick interior. The new Panasonic counter top oven with instant heat is a 6 slice standard sized counter top oven.
The Panasonic counter top oven also has great features, the small appliance has instant heat technology, making it convenient and easier when you cook, broil, bake and more. The device also has a touchscreen interface, it’s just like using your smartphone. You touch the screen to interact with the device. The touchscreen feature replaces the buttons that you find on any other appliance, you simply touch the screen to cook, bake, broil and more! But what makes this counter top unique is the USB port found on the side of the oven. The USB port can pull in information from a connected device and can allow you to pull in recipes or from cooking websites like allrecipes.com or the foodnetwork.com. Talk about easy cooking! No more damaged and stained cooking books.
Panasonic’s Counter top Oven with Instant Heat makes cooking easier and the cooking ideas are endless. From roasting a chicken to baking pizza rolls, this counter top oven can make cooking hassle-free. This great small appliance will be available to you in the Fall 2016.
If you can’t wait until the Fall for a new counter top oven, check out our selection of counter top ovens by clicking here.
Stay tuned for more coverage from CES 2016!
Tesla Model S center console: A long way from cassette tapes and gas-station maps
CES 2013—The life of a copywriter is far from glamorous; as someone who drives an 18 year-old station wagon with alignment issues and a rusty muffler, I get excited when I ride in a car with a CD player. Needless to say, when I saw this video of the Tesla Model S interactive center console, I was more than impressed. Nvidia had a Model S parked at their CES booth, since the display runs on their Tegra 3 mobile processor. Our very own tech-head, Josh, spent some time inside it, where he got a run-down on the screen’s capabilities.
Manufacturer TCL showed off their new line of touch sensitive flat-screen TVs. The video below shows a spokeswoman gesturing to play “Angry Birds” right off the TV screen.