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Samsung’s Wi-Fi oven can be controlled from your phone

by Jacob Kleinman | May 5, 2016May 5, 2016 5:30 pm PDT

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Have you ever made it halfway to work before worrying you left the oven on? If the answer is yes, then Samsung’s new smart oven is for you.

The company launched its new Wi-Fi oven on Thursday. Once it’s connected to the internet, you can use an app on your phone to preheat the oven, adjust the temperature, set a timer and turn it off. Even better, the oven will actually send you a notification if you left a burner so you can quickly switch it off from the app.

The oven also features a special Smart Divider design that makes it possible to turn one big oven into two smaller cooking spaces. With the Smart Divider in place, you can cook at two separate temperatures. If you’re cooking one smaller meal, you can still use the Smart Divider to save energy. And if you need to cook something big, you can switch back to a single compartment. It also promises to keep smells and tastes from traveling between the two sections.

Samsung’s smart oven is available now in a classic metal design or a black finish. The electric version costs $2,999 while the gas model is priced a little higher at $3,299.

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Jacob Kleinman

Jacob Kleinman has been working as a journalist online and in print since he arrived at Wesleyan University in 2007. After graduating, he took a...


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