There are tablets targeted towards the working man out there, but also portable devices that would fit a business man. How about the housewife? A solution is finally available for the gourmands or the people who love to experiment with recipes: the QOOQ. This kitchen tablet, whose name is pronounced “cook” can withstand the rough cooking conditions, like a splash of grease or being dropped in the sink.

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QOOQ is basically a 10.2 inch tablet with a glass touchscreen display, a virtual keyboard, Ethernet, USB ports, an SD card slot, plus support for Wi-Fi connectivity. The device also comes with a proprietary user interface, no web browser, but you’ll have plenty of stuff to do, while messing with the huge number of recipes it provides.

It also displays info about weather, Internet radio stations and it can serve as a digital photo frame. Too bad that this is a pricy piece of gadgetry, going for 349 euros with 500 recipes installed, followed by 12.95 euros per month for recipe updates.

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[qooq via geek.com]