"PancakeBot prints, cooks breakfast treats with robotic precision"
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PancakeBot prints, cooks breakfast treats with robotic precision
Hey guys, this is Brian Bennett at CNET, and we are at the International Housewares Show 2015 in Chicago.
We're taking a first look at a really innovative product, it's called the Pancake Bot.
What this device is, essentially, is a 3D printer that uses pancake batter and connects to your computer.
That it actually will draw shapes that you sent to it.
You can email it, you can program it.
You can have it basically print all sorts of crazy shapes like dinosaurs and butterflies and maybe even your face if you're into that.
This pancake bot machine.
Is expected to cost $299, which is a pretty good price for something that uses 3D printing technology and will help you cook brunch.
If you wanna get your hands on the PancakeBot, you can check it out at Kickstarter.
There's a project that's already.
Mostly funded, and you might be able to get a sweet deal on it.
If not, you can probably pick one up by the fall, maybe even as soon as the summer of 2015.
And that hopefully will hit broader retail channels and maybe even a big box retailer.
I'm Brian Bennett for CNET.
And we have just taken a first look at the PancakeBot.
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