Most people have the idea that a traditional kitchen is wet and greasy, at least for those from an Asian background, which would translate to the kitchen being off limits to sensitive electronic equipment like computers. Guess all that might change if you happen to speak French with the QOOQ kitchen computer that was specially designed to handle the rough and tumble lifestyle of a kitchen computer. It will store your array of recipes in a digital format, also showing you complete meal preparation videos to impress your in-laws when they come over. Capable of connecting to the Internet via Wi-Fi or Ethernet, you can subscribe to monthly updates for an ever changing variety of dishes. A QOOQ will set you back by €349 with with 500 recipes pre-loaded, where monthly updates cost €12.95. No French lessons included, however.
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