Samsung's stove cooks with Virtual Flame and Wi-Fi

    Modern cooks still use old age methods to prepare delicious recipes. It's not that there seems to be an issue with modern tools of cooking. However, old age stoves still seem to be a hit with professional cooks and chefs even in the age fo high-tech microwave and cooking gadgets. There is a fresh influx of new technology from Samsung.

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    At CES 2016, Samsung has unveiled its line of Wi-Fi enabled range of technology that according to Samsung can produce "Virtual Flame". The "flame" is for new electric stove-tops only, is actually blue LEDs that reflect the base of pots and pans. The LED lights get brighter as the real heating element gets brighter.

    Samsung's stove cooks with Virtual Flame and Wi-Fi

    The new range of technology comes with Wi-Fi capabilities. Samsung's Wi-Fi Slide-in Range with Soft Close Dual Door will connect with a standard home router and let you monitor, preheat, and adjust the oven temperature. It can also be paired with a smartphone and controlled with the help of a smartphone. However, regulations have limited the preheat feature to range of electric ovens. This is done to ensure that you don't turn on the gas when you are away from home.

    Samsung already has its range of Wi-Fi based ovens. However, the one showcased at CES 2016 is different and purely technology innovation.

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    The Kitchen appliance also features Samsung's Flex Duo technology which has a divider to split the oven into two compartments. While the upper compartment has a 2.4 cu.ft on the top, the lower compartment has a 3.3 cu.ft. On the bottom.

    The Samsung app for the stove will work with both iOS and Android phones. The Wi-Fi Stove models start from $2999 and should start shipping much later this year.



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