Connected Crock-Pot Introduces The Kitchen Of The Future [CES 2014]

Connected Crock-Pot Introduces The Kitchen Of The Future [CES 2014]
technology

WeMo technology lets you remotely control your slow cooker from a mobile phone.

Jaymar Cabebe
  • 8 january 2014

 

Recently unveiled at CES 2014 in Las Vegas, consumer electronics company Belkin has partnered with Jarden Consumer Solutions to create the We-Mo Crock-Pot Slow Cooker.

This connected appliance is the first smartphone controllable slow cooker, which allows you to adjust temperature, change cooking times, and check the status of your dish, all while you’re out and about. With the help of Belkin’s WeMo mobile app — available on both iOS and Android — you can even receive reminders and kill the appliance’s power remotely if need be.

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