March 1, 2006
George Foreman USB iGrill
Continuing with the USB madness here is the George Foreman USB iGrill. The low-fat, high-bandwidth solution to your networked cooking needs is finally here. The George Foreman USB iGrill conveniently connects to your home or office PC using USB 2.0 technology, and provides a sophisticated web-based cooking interface. Download recipes, enter in the type of food, weight and desired degree of doneness, and the iGrill handles the rest. As your meal cooks, the subtle glow from under the unit increases brightness and pulses faster until your meal is perfectly done. Running late at work? Need to get dinner on the table? It is easy to warm up the iGrill from any internet connection. With a little advance planning, your meal can be ready when you get home! Using the USB current to directly charge high voltage capacitors, the iGrill does not require any additional power supply, making it perfect for dorm or office cooking.
Ths USB iGrill is a April fool’s joke by Thinkgeek.
The George Foreman USB iGrill is available for $ 99.99