KitchenAid's CES debut product will use Google's smarts with the Yummly app to help you cook
So it's Kitchenaid's first time at CES and they brought a pretty cool gadget.
This is the Kitchenaid's Smart Display.
It has a lot of the same functions as the Google Home Hub, and the Lenovo Smart Display.
It has Google Assistant built in.
So it will respond to a wide variety of voice commands.
You can control your smart home, check the Internet, check your calendar.
If you swipe down, you'd see a smart home control panel.
You can control volume and brightness here.
In ambient mode, you can scroll through pictures, sort of the stuff we're accustomed to with smart displays.
How it's gonna stand out is it's meant to fit in really well in your kitchen in particular, as you might expect from KitchenAid.
It's water-resistant, specifically to splashes, so if you're making a mess while you're cooking, you don't have to worry about this.
It also comes with Yummly built in.
Yummly's an app owned by Whirlpool, which also owns KitchenAid You can sort food by preferences and search for something to eat, based on what you have in your home, and then you can send those recipes to the smart display and [UNKNOWN] can walk you through cooking with very specific instructions, including videos.
They also have a [UNKNOWN] pro service, which will take you through step by step with videos from celebrity chefs.
So that's some exclusive content which will help set the KitchenAid Smart Display apart.
It's due out later this year.
They haven't set the price yet, it's gonna be somewhere between $200 and $300.
This certainly looks like a cool gadget, but where it lands in that price range is gonna make a big difference in terms of how it fits in with the competition.
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