A Tablet for the Kitchen! Qooq's The French Digital Cookbook at CES 2012

Shannon interviews Jean-Yves Hepp of Qooq, the company that created The French Digital Cookbook. It's a Linux based, open source tablet that is built to survive any liquid or heat mishaps that happen while cooking. It also has internet access and social functions so you can easily look up recipes and share them with your Facebook and Twitter networks.

Shannon interviews Jean-Yves Hepp of Qooq, the company that created The French Digital Cookbook. It's a Linux based, open source tablet that is built to survive any liquid or heat mishaps that happen while cooking. It also has internet access and social functions so you can easily look up recipes and share them with your Facebook and Twitter networks.


PRODUCT: The Digital Cookbook

COMPANY: QOOQ

AVAILABLE: Q3-Q4 2012

PRICE: $399


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