The initial model of the micro kitchen includes all of your appliances in a single unit. Those drawers pull out to reveal everything from a dishwasher to an oven. Click through to find out more.
August 6, 2014 3:03 PM PDT
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/ Caption by: Andrew Gebhart
Starting at the top right, you find a sink with a cutting board.
The walnut cutting board is thick and moveable.
The pull-out faucet features a capacitive touch temperature control.
Beneath the sink, pull out a drawer and you'll find a dishwasher.
Moving to the left, both drawers are dedicated to cooling. You have a freezer and fridge along with the ability to customize the temperature of each to make them interchangeable.
At the top of the far left column, that glass surface covers an induction heating element. Any size pan or multiple pans will be heated directly by this advanced technology.
A vent as the backboard keeps it all cool.
Moving down from the cooktop, an advantium microwave offers multiple kinds of heat for extremely fast cooking.
Finally, a normal oven beneath the advantium gives you more room for your larger meals and standard cooking needs.
Touch screens above each of the columns give you control.
These screens, along with everything else, might change as the design becomes more finalized.
At an estimated retail of 15,000, GE plans to have its first models of the micro kitchen ready to sell by the fourth quarter of this year.
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