CES 2011: IGrill To Show Off At CES

Posted: Dec 23 2010, 12:28pm CST | by , in News | CES

CES 2011: iGrill to Show Off at CES
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iGrill is perfect for... grilling...

I really hate it when I am cooking something and it says cook until 160-degrees in the center. What happened to the days when it just said cook for 20 minutes? I don’t have a thermometer for cooking stuff and always just end up cutting whatever is cooking open and seeing if it's still pink.

If you need a new thermometer for cooking, but you are a geek and need, it to be gadgety at the same time the iDevices iGrill thermometer is set to launch at CES 2011. The thing is a digital meat thermometer that can send temperature readings to your iPhone or other iOS device so you can see how your grub is doing without having to cut it open.

The iGrill has a 200-foot range and works with the iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch. It has multiple probe capacity and integrated probe storage. I guess that means you can push probes into your steaks on the grill and still tell when one is medium and the other is well. It can track temperatures up to 400F. The app that goes with the iGrill will tell you how much cook time is left on the device and has a kitchen timer as well.

“We are extremely excited by the launch of iDevices’ first product, iGrill, which is already up for a ‘Best of CES’ Innovator of the Year award,” said Christopher Allen, CEO, iDevices Inc. “iGrill is the first of an entire suite of home and lifestyle oriented products that iDevices will be developing in 2011 to enhance Apple products’ user experience.”

The iGrill is available already for right under $100. If it’s available now it can’t well be launching at CES like the maker says. Maybe they just mean they are launching the marketing campaign or something.

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