CES 2012 Featured Product: QOOQ Touch Tablet for the Kitchen

{article written originally on Associate Producer/Blog Editor, Stephanie Viggiano’s food blog, Dine-Out Main Line}

As soon as I saw “cooking with your fingertips” on the booth’s display, my heart leapt with joy. Only when I got closer on the showroom floor did I really start to get excited. I stumbled upon the first touch screen tablet made for the kitchen and the most discerning gourmet.

QOOQ is designed for the both the novice and the aspiring chef. The tablet includes over 3,500 interactive recipes. Over 1,200 recipes have video instruction, allowing you to have an in-depth learning experience that moves at your desired pace. These recipes are created by over 100 of France’s most notable chefs including Guillaume Gomez and Emmanuel Renaut. Additionally, the tablet includes over 400 pages about different French wines, giving you the ultimate culinary experience. QOOQ is truly a culinary coach.

Most importantly, QOOQ is kitchen-proof. Meaning you can enjoy the tablet without having to worry about the egg or excess flour on your hands. How about that?! Also, the device auto-adjusts its recipes to suit your needs. Have four extra guests? Only a few remaining ingredients? Tarry not; QOOQ will show you your best options.

Unique to QOOQ and the world alike, the QOOQ tablet is the first touch screen tablet made completely in France. The tablet includes a web browser, MP3 player, MP4 video player, access to e-mail, current weather, a notepad, timer, access to social networks, SD card access and more. I, for sure, can’t wait to get my hands on one!

The QOOQ tablet will be available in the US before the end of 2012 in three colors: black, cream and red. Navigate to QOOQ’s English language website for more information.

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