I have had a few ideas for inventions. One of them is a digital recipe book with a touchscreen for navigation. Yesterday I decided to search to see if this product exists and sure enough it does. The Demy is retailing for $300 and from their website
The Demy is the first and only kitchen-safe digital recipe reader that will revolutionize the way you cook. The Demy holds your personal recipe collection in one compact, sleek device. Featuring a high-resolution color touchscreen, an uncluttered interface and many special tools to make any cook’s job easier.
Good features include timers, measurement converters, and substitution suggestions. From reading the comments on amazon, it appears the Demy has a few problems to resolve including the inability to delete the default recipes and any cookbooks and tying the unit to a particular website. I would add to this that the Demy cannot be wall-mounted (as far as I can tell), no wifi, and cannot play music (streaming iTunes would be great). So although this is a step in the right direction it seems a bit pricey for what you get, still I'm happy somebody is working on the product.

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02 October 2009