[CES 2011] Demy is a digital recipe reader that holds thousands of recipes and synch with the user’s account at www.keyingredient.com, a site entirely dedicated to collecting and sharing cooking tips and recipes. Demy is an e-reader built-in a robust and bulky chassis, specifically designed to be placed on your kitchen counter top and resist any cooking session hazard such as dirty fingers, liquid spill and chocks (not fire resistant though). The current Demy device is available online for $199.95, the new version featuring a black flat-front and a thermometer will ship in September 2011 for $199. David H. Goodman, founder, Key Ingredient, showed me a demo of the new Demy, check the video above to get a sense of the key features, the second video (below in the full article) describes how the connected thermometer works with the thermometer application.
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