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Lynx SmartGrill Allows Even Bad Grillers To Fake It

By Steve Effron on January 15, 2014

Can’t keep up with the demands of grilling? Well hey, it ain’t easy managing all kinds of meat and veggies at the same time. Fortunately, the Lynx SmartGrill is on the way, and it will have your back. This grill for big backyard parties or families with big appetites automatically sets and adjusts itself to cook your food just the way you like it.

Here’s how it works: you connect the grill to your WiFi and it asks you a few questions about what you want to cook. Based on your answers, the SmartGrill tells you which cooking technique to use, where to place your food, and how long to cook it for. The grill then remembers your preferences for how you like your food so that you can just tell a smartphone app what you’re cooking and the grill will take care of the rest of the settings. The app will also include a database of recipes to introduce you to new dishes. The SmartGrill will periodically update you on cooking status via SMS and automatically shut off if it doesn’t receive instructions for 30 minutes.

Lynx just unveiled its plans for the SmartGrill as CES in Las Vegas. It won’t hit the market until 2015, and you can expect to pay upward of $7,000 for one. For a lifetime of perfectly grilled food, that ain’t a bad price to pay…

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