LAS VEGAS -- The Discovery IQ Oven essentially includes a built-in Android tablet, which Dacor calls the IQ Controller for Android.
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It's $4,299 for the single oven model, $7,299 for the double.
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The Dacor oven includes oven-specific software, and also access to the full range of apps from the Google Play store.
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This will still be the most fully featured smart oven when it hits the market later this year.
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It has a cooking capacity of 4.8 cubic feet.
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Among Dacor's oven-specific apps, you'll find a guided cooking program that hosts recipes, displays cooking videos, and transmits cooking instructions to the oven.
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It can also pull down software updates and diagnose problems automatically.
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The app.
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The app.
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