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The Cinder Sensing Cooker is available in the US only and costs $499.

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It is an electric appliance with 1,800W.

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It comes with a related iOS app (an Android app is in development).

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Use the app to check the status of your food.

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Watch the temperature update as the Cinder cooks.

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You can also hold the temperature once it's reached its target.

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This cooker is supposed to stay within 0.25 degree Fahrenheit of the target.

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It's geared toward meat, but it can also cook vegetables and more.

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Select the type of meat you want to cook.

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Then select the desired level of doneness.

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After it's done, you can use the searing feature to finish it for serving.

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The Cinder Sensing Cooker claims to be a replacement to sous vide machines.

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It has built-in sensors that are supposed to measure the ambient temperature and the thickness of your food.

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From there, it's supposed to judge the internal temperature of your food and decide when it's done.

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The Cinder Sensing Cooker is available for preorder now and is expected to ship in early 2016.

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