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Until the cost of committing to Keurig Kold drops substantially and beverage quality improves, the value and convenience of this home soft drink system will remain dubious at best.
Appliance Science looks at the physics of today's smart home tech.
With the connected sous vide cooking market heating up, assess the growing selection that will be available in the next few months before you commit to the Anova Wi-Fi.
Fizzics isn't for everybody, especially beer drinkers that value bitterness and don't want to alter the way their beer tastes. For those who enjoy experimenting and value a smooth mouthfeel, a creamy head, or a sweet flavor profile, it's a fun gadget that's easy to use and not overly costly.
With presets for brewing tea at ideal temperatures and an internal steep timer, the Mr. Coffee Tea Maker does more than merely boil water, but this is no fully automatic tea dream machine.
The PicoBrew Pico has the potential to be for home-brewed beer what the consumer-level espresso machine is to coffee.
The Fast Slow Pro is Breville's updated version of a combination pressure and slow cooker that first appeared in 2013. The small appliance manufacturer added more cooking options and safety features.
Designed for both precision and exact measurement, this new $200 coffee grinder from Oxo features steel burrs and a digital scale.
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If you live in Asia and want to cut down on your power consumption from turning on your air conditioner to chase away the tropical heat, Ambi Climate is an excellent choice to help you with that.
Startup Branto is bringing the smart home into full focus with its all-in-one security and automation device.