Best New Kitchen Techs to Add to Your Remodeling Plan
Best New Kitchen Tech to Add to Your Remodeling Plan
Not too long ago, we talked about how to plan the perfect home remodeling for the new year. The kitchen is always a great room to remodel, especially if you love cooking and spending time in it. The timing is also perfect; the Consumer Electronics Show or CES features a lot of interesting new appliances and kitchen tech to choose from.
If you’re planning a kitchen remodeling yourself, then this article is perfect for you. In this post, we are going to take a look at the best new kitchen tech to add to your remodeling plan. Let’s get started, shall we?
Family Hub Kitchen Tablet
The Family Hub Kitchen Tablet is exactly what you think it is; it is a smart hub designed to connect your smart kitchen appliances together. The tablet is designed to be installed on top of your stove and oven. It is also quite big with a screen size of 27-inches.
The touch-enabled device, however, comes with a lot of functionalities. During the CES 2018 demo, Family Hub was used to access the latest recipes and prepare for a big meal. You can also utilize the two built-in cameras to make video calls or to show others what you’re cooking; the downward facing camera is particularly handy for the latter.
Of course, the Family Hub Kitchen Tablet is also friendly to social media users. If you want to post your latest dishes to Instagram or Facebook, all you need to do is tap on the Share button. It is a great addition to any kitchen indeed.
Smart Sink and Dishwasher
An interesting trend you’ll be able to spot easily from this year’s CES is the array of smart dishwashers and kitchen sinks. Not everyone loves cleaning, so kitchen appliance manufacturers try to make the process as painless as possible.
The Quadwash Dishwasher, for instance, connects to your oven and prepares for its cleaning duty based on the food you just cooked. It can automatically configure the dishwasher based on the amount of grease or other specific conditions it needs to handle.
What’s interesting is the way these new appliances are designed to be backward-compatible. This means you can still use the garbage disposal system you’re familiar with and rely on resource centers such as Mr Garbage Disposal for more information.
Pot Pressure Cooker
Pot pressure cookers seem to be stealing all the headlines lately. Instant Pot Smart Pressure Cooker is the pressure cooker you want to have in your kitchen for several reasons. For starters, you can use it to cook a wide variety of dishes. It is also Bluetooth-enabled, giving you remote control functionalities.
The Instant Pot pressure cooker is also programmable. You don’t have to worry about trying new dishes with this pressure cooker in your kitchen, since you can find configurations for virtually everything on websites and Instant Pot user communities.
So, are you ready to spice up your kitchen? Be sure to consider adding these smart appliances and new kitchen tech the next time you plan a kitchen remodeling.