June Smart Oven

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

Created as a collaboration project between former employees of tech companies Apple, GoPro, Path and Google, the June Smart Oven could very well be the future of cooking.

Essentially a computer that cooks, toasts, bakes, broils, and roasts, June is packed full of innovative technology. The device features a built-in camera, that paired with your smartphone lets you see the progress of your meal. It’s also completely adaptive. Using the integrated probe system, June knows when to adjust the heat on cooking difficult items like whole chickens. And the more users there are, the more the system will know and be able to assist you. If you’re at a loss for what to make, June even comes with a ton of recipes created specifically for the device, which makes cooking dinner that much easier. The device is about the size of your standard microwave, and will begin shipping in Spring 2016 with a retail price of $1,495.

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