Technology is making its way into every corner of our lives and the kitchen is no exception. Here are our top picks of the latest and greatest innovations for the hardest working room in the home.
The Fridge that does it all
Booking an Uber, ordering your groceries and playing music are just a few ways Samsung’s new Family Hub refrigerator can help in the kitchen. With a 21.5inch LED touchscreen built-in and voice-activated control, it’s certainly not your ordinary fridge. Did we even mention it has an internal camera that lets you check your supplies from the shop? Yep, it’s on our wish list too. From $5499.
In the Wash
LG has introduced the wow factor to washing dishes. Along with four rotating blades and oscillating nozzles to increase cleaning coverage, their QuadWash Dishwasher range now incorporates smartphone technology. Using the SmartThinQ app, you can customise your cleaning cycle, monitor and troubleshoot your dishwasher – an innovative addition to any kitchen. From $999.
“From self-cleaning ovens all the way through to steam ovens, It’s all about making your kitchen work for you”Simone Stephens, Senior Industrial Designer for Fisher & Paykel
Launched at Eurocucina earlier this year, Whirlpool’s clever W collection isn’t far from landing in Australia, making it hard for even the most novice of home cooks to go wrong. With built-in display screens on cooktops and ovens, the appliance can guide you through recipes and closely monitor temperatures to help get the perfect result. With con@ctivity to Whirlpool’s 6th SENSE live app, it also always you to stay in control from another room via your smartphone or tablet. Keep your eyes peeled at whirlpool.com.au for updates.
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