I mean, this constructs appreciation, I guess. The kitchen has long been a lawsuit apply producers have pointed for these kinds of smart screens. So why wouldn’t KitchenAid/ Whirlpool want in on a little bit of that activity?
The simply-named KitchenAid Smart Display is looks like your standard smart screen — taking a few intend cues from Lenovo’s product, from the appear of it( albeit with some huge bezels ).
The big differentiator here, however, is Yummly, the recipe search engine it acquired two years back. That offering, read in conjunction with Google Assistant, throws recipes and guided cook techniques at the center of the 10 -inch, water resistant showing. Beyond that, it’s fairly standard smart screen fare. You can watch YouTube, create shopping list and control smart home machines from the product.
Honestly, there’s likely not a lot of reason to purchase a KitchenAid-branded device over, say, industry standards Google Home Hub — even if you plan to keep it in the kitchen. But hell, if KitchenAid stances them right( Target, Lowe’s and other home/ kitchen storages) it can probably move a bunch of these.
Whirlpool is also debuting a new Pro version of Yummly at the show, which brings instructions received from pro cooks like Carla Hall, Richard Blais, Jet Tila and Daniel Holzman to the platform.