I'm Rich Brown for CNET.
We're here at CES with the Crock-Pot Smart Slow Cooker with WeMo.
So, this Crock-Pot is super unique in that it's tied into Belkin's WeMo Home Automation technology.
The idea is that when it's on your network, through your smartphone, you can control the cook temperature, the cook time, as well as change those things in order to get sort of a smart connected slow cooker experience.
So, the Crock-Pot is just one product that
Belkin is rolling out with WeMo built in, in partner with Jarden who owns Oster, GrillMaster and Mr. Coffee, as well as a couple other common household brands.
The idea is that it expands Belkin's WeMo tech into all kinds of new small home appliances.
So, the Crock-Pot will sell for $99.99 when it comes out in March or April this year.
It's a little bit more expensive than the common Crock-Pot, but not so much that a consumer wouldn't be afraid to check it out.
So, I'm Rich Brown, and this is the Crock-Pot Smart Slow Cooker with WeMo.
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