Here's a question for all of you in unplggd land. We have seen people repurpose old laptops into kitchen computers before. While the typical email checking, casual web surfing and even playing back your music library are typical justifications for letting your laptop infiltrate your kitchen, our laptop is only ever in the kitchen for one thing, pulling up a recipe when we are putting together a meal. Since space tends to be an issue for most, having a dedicated kitchen computer just doesn't seem to make sense, but what do you make of a dedicated device for meal prep in the kitchen that measures 7.8 x 5.4 x 3.2 inches?
The Demy digital recipe reader is such a thing (albeit a particulary expensive thing at $300) that allows for storage of up to 2500 recipes and USB sync to keyingredient.com. What do you think?
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