Give up, other grills, because Lynx's voice-activated, Wi-Fi-enabled model is changing everything you thought you knew about burger flippin'.
The Portable Grill And Griddle stacks portability onto stacked burgers. Cook bacon, burgers and more with the propane-powered cooker.
The Burnie Grill is a one-use grill made from wood and charcoal. The grill burns itself out after a couple of hours.
The Downtown Grill Electric Hibachi reaches a grilling temperature of 700 degrees and the grill can be used indoors or outdoors.
The Ronco Ready Grill cooks food vertically. Capable of cooking a variety of foods, the countertop appliance collects the drippings in a waiting tray below.
This $7,500 grill will cost ya, but it's decked out with Wi-Fi, voice-activation and an Android and iOS app for easy, hands-off food prep.
The $7,500 Lynx Smart Grill injects an already-premium model with all sorts
The I-Grill's carrying handle doubles as a support stand.
The $39.99 iGrill Mini is a well-designed gadget that works. If you like the idea of hands-off cooking, this pint-sized probe is for you.
The Melt, founded by the Flip Camera's creator, invents a smart delivery box that can keep your sandwich fresh for 30 minutes. Thank tech for your lunch.