This 36-inch-wide stainless-steel range features a gas cooktop with six burners and an electric oven.
The tablet mainly functions as the control panel for the oven.
The tablet, located in the middle of the burner knobs, tilts upward 50 degrees for better viewing.
The oven has a 5.2-cubic-foot capacity.
There are 12 different oven modes you can select on the touchscreen.
The tablet features a Guided Cooking tool that recommends cook settings based on what you're cooking.
The tablet runs on Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich), an operating system that hasn't received updates since 2015.
You can download and use apps like YouTube on the tablet.
As is normal with a gas burner, the temperature of the tomato soup immediately dropped when I turned the burner level from medium to low once the soup reached 165 degrees Fahrenheit. The Dacor DYRP36D's soup temperature dropped lower than on other burners, then hovered around 150 degrees F.
The oven roasts chicken well.
The pictures on the left show two racks of biscuits I baked using the convection bake mode. The biscuits baked on the lower rack (bottom left picture) were browner than the ones that baked on a higher rack (top left picture). The pictures on the right are the color representations of the biscuits' browning.
I baked these biscuits in traditional baking mode. The results were even, though the biscuits in the front on the right were a bit paler than the others.