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Pantelligent

The Pantelligent is a $199 die-cast aluminum nonstick pan that connects to an app via Bluetooth that guides you through cooking. The pan is covered with a nonstick coating.

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A sensor built into the Pantelligent measures the surface temperature of the pan and the food inside.

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Bluetooth technology located in the Pantelligent's handle communicates temperature readings to the connected app.

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The Pantelligent's app is available for iOS and Android devices. After the app connects to the pan, the app will talk you step-by-step through recipes.

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One of the recipes in the Pantelligent's app is for a boneless ribeye steak.

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The Pantelligent app will tell you when to increase or decrease the burner's heat to keep a steady temperature.

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Though the steak was slightly overcooked (I selected "medium" for my preferred doneness), the taste and sear was impeccable.

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The Pantelligent is available for order online, but it's currently on back-order until February 2016.

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