A new line of fryers has built-in cameras, Wi-Fi
Like to fry foods? Now you can watch them cook from the comfort of your smart device.
A new line of countertop fryers will have Wi-Fi and cameras so you can watch your food cook in a livestream on your smart device. Gourmia, an small appliance manufacturer based in Brooklyn, showed off the $150 FryHigh Auto Rotisserie Multi-Fryer (roughly converted to £120 and AU$195) and $180 Free Fry 360-Degree Turbo XP Air Fryer with Wi-Fi (roughly £145 and £235) at the International Home and Housewares Show in Chicago this week. Both products are available on Amazon.
The prototype fryer on display had a camera called the Cook Cam attached to the outside of the cooker looking into the fryer through a clear window. You'll be able to take photos and video while your food is cooking through the iOS and Android Gourmia apps. Pictures of common dishes that chefs have prepared will also be available in the app so you can make sure you're on the right track while you prepare your meal.
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