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Sungale NetChef Networked Kitchen Recipe Device with 8" LCD Screen PF809 $199.99 FS

http://www.buydig.com/shop/product.aspx?sku=SUNPF809

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NetChef is a digital recipe device, with Netchef, you can watch cooking videos, you can obtain unlimited recipes from the internet Cloud database, you can store your favorite recipes, you can store cooking videos, you can add the cooking apps from the websites you familiar with on Netchef so that you can easily obtain the content on your kitchen counter. More than 500 recipes have been preloaded in case your internet is not available temporarily. NetChef is a touch screen operating device, you can easily find the functions on the screen, then, touch it to get the features. With a hi-resolution screen (800x600), NetChef can display all finest images. Built-in 2GB memory for you to store all your favorite recipes, and external memory can be expanded up to 32GB. NetChef links to internet wirelessly, what you need to do is to plug the cable into the power socket, then, select your private router on the screen, then, it will be linked to internet. Timer and Unit Converter are available on the bottom of every recipe pages to assist your cooking.

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Sungale NetChef (17.92kB)
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Wonder what this does that a simple tablet couldn't do? I tried to look up reviews, but could only find mostly fake ones (e.g. the same review posted under different names).

It's probably designed when iTablets we all $500 and over and docks were as much which made this a somewhat of a value proposition. However, with the electronic gadgetry industry being what it is with hyper-shortened product lifecycle, this product is likely relegated to the day late, dollar short category. The other possibility is that this is positioned for those that just don't want to deal with computer products. Failing to take into consideration the ease of use and portability of today's affordable Android based media consumption devices.

I can't believe someone spend their money developing something like this.



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