5 smart kitchen appliances to watch in 2022 – Dealerscope

Today, consumers are cooking at home more often than ever, but they still have limited time and a sometimes frustrating lack of cooking knowledge. Earlier this year at CES, manufacturers showed up with a wide range of upgraded products – ranging from small countertop appliances to high-end bespoke refrigerators and ranges – that make dinnertime easier, more enjoyable and , above all, intelligent. Here’s a look at the five connected smart kitchen appliances to watch in 2022.

Smart kitchen appliances: LG InstaView double oven, slide-in stove

LG InstaView double oven, slide-in stove
This new premium kitchen appliance offers seamless integration with the LG ThinQ Recipe feature, which provides over 18,000 interactive smart recipes and 10,000 purchasable recipes for the ultimate home cooking experience. With smart functionality, EasyClean surfaces and modern design, LG’s new kitchen duo offers a complete cooking solution. The highlight of the range is LG’s InstaView technology, which allows home cooks to see inside the oven with a simple double tap on the glass door, illuminating the interior without opening the door and letting the heat escape. hot air.

Smart kitchen appliances: Samsung bespoke fridge

Samsung Custom Refrigerator
Available in a choice of 3-door, 4-door and Family Hub models, the New Bespoke French Door fridge expands Samsung’s Bespoke range customizable designs. In glass, new colors include White, Gray, Pink, Charcoal, Morning Blue, Clementine, and Sunrise Yellow. In a steel finish, new colors include Tuscan, Matte Black, Navy, Emerald Green and Stainless Steel. Technology-wise, the beverage center and dual automatic ice maker give users quick access to cold beverages, while the FlexZone keeps ingredients at the optimum temperature. Meanwhile, the Family Hub smart hub brings entertainment to the kitchen and helps families stay organized and connected. Additionally, this year Family Hub will support Samsung TV Plus, for free TV content and streaming viewing experiences.

Smart Kitchen Appliances: Panasonic Smart Inverter Countertop Microwave Oven

Panasonic Smart Inverter Countertop Microwave Oven
The Panasonic Smart Inverter Countertop Microwave Oven, Works with Alexa (NN-SV79MS), can be controlled with Alexa using any Alexa-enabled device or the Alexa app. Once the NN-SV79MS is connected to the Alexa app or any Alexa-enabled device, like Echo or Echo Dot, Alexa can understand over 100 commands to operate the microwave. As for the power of the device, the NN-SV79MS uses 1200 watt inverter microwave technology. Users can choose from 10 power levels to set the desired power and cooking time to defrost, reheat, cook and keep food warm evenly and efficiently.

Smart kitchen appliances: Gaggenau 400 Vario series downdraft ventilation system

Gaggenau Series 400 Vario Downdraft Ventilation System
The Vario Downdraft Ventilation 400 series is a quiet yet powerful device that protects the kitchen and surrounding living space from annoying odors and vapours. The intelligent, sensitive and hyper-responsive air quality sensor detects and reacts to odors – and extracts them from the room using the lowest power level necessary. The automatic feature effortlessly removes the distraction of having to monitor air quality while operating as quietly as possible. The Vario downdraft ventilation 400 series is equipped with Home Connect, which gives the cook more freedom to monitor his appliance remotely.

Smart Kitchen Appliances: 24

GE profile 24 in. Built-in stainless steel dishwasher
This sleek new dishwasher has today’s consumer in mind with features like Microban antimicrobial technology, to inhibit the growth of bacteria on touch points, and the UltraFresh system, which uses smart dishwashers to introduce clean air and reduce humidity. Built-in Wi-Fi powered by GE’s Smart HQ allows the user to control the appliance remotely, monitor cycles and even automatically order more detergent. Finally, the Steam + Sani feature saves time with a steam and sanitize option that loosens stubborn soils before the wash cycle begins and reduces 99.999% of bacteria on dishes.

Karl M. Bailey