2015 will see the arrival of GE's most luxurious (and most expensive) single wall oven ever.
If you're not on a tight budget and like the idea of choosing between one or two ovens based on your needs, this might be an excellent option for you.
A new oven technology from GE's FirstBuild factory will allow you to scan barcodes of prepackaged foods to automatically set cooking times and temperatures.
Streamline your cooking routine with this reconstructed GE electric double oven range.
You use the appliance manufacturer's app to scan the bar code on your favorite frozen food.
The oven uses electromagnetic waves along with traditional radiant heat to cook your food.
Thanks to a hinged door, Samsung's newest Flex Duo range is the most flexible yet.
Electrolux's connected steam oven and updated app are among the items the company will showcase at this year's IFA electronics show in Berlin. The oven debuted as a concept at last year's event.
KitchenAid featured an updated, three-part sous vide cooking system during the IFA 2015 electronics trade show. But the appliance manufacturer is focused strengthening the product's presence in Europe rather than expanding to the US, where sous vide use is less common.
Samsung will add Wi-Fi to four of its ranges. The accompanying app will let you know if your burners on and control your oven's temperature.
Whirlpool has created a connected smart oven that works with Nest as part of the company's Smart Kitchen Suite.
Bosch's latest induction cooktops includes temperature sensors to monitor your food while it cooks. The appliance manufacturer will also add similar sensors to its Series 8 ovens.
AEG, part of the Electrolux Group of manufacturers, is the latest company to attempt to remove the guesswork from cooking.
This SMEG range will earn you a lot of cool points because of its appearance, Italian origins and air of exclusivity. But pass on this unit if you really want to use your oven.
Clad in lots of steel the Signature Slide In Electric Range boasts expensive looks and app-connected smarts.
$800 is a lot to pay for a non-convection oven. There's better value to be found if you shop around.
With a price tag of $4,999, this double oven sits on the high end of high-end, but for powerful, unmatched cooking performance, you'll have a tough time finding much better.
This might be too much machine for occasional cooks who stick to the basics. But enthusiasts who want a lot of features are sure to appreciate this above-average performer.