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CAT dials up S32 rugged phone for entry level

CAT phones this week unveiled its Cat S32 rugged smartphone for budget-minded consumers. Set to sell for €299 (about $332 USD), it’s an Android 10 handset with a 5.5-inch (1,440 x 720) display with DragonTrail Pro Glass.

In terms of hardware, the Cat S32 has a 1.8GHz quad-core Mediatek Helio A20 processor with 3GB RAM. With 32GB internal storage, the phone has a microSD expansion card slot for external media.

As for cameras, there’s a 13-megapixel shooter on the back with a 5-megapixel front-facing sensor.

Rounding out the specs are Bluetooth 5.0, NFC, LTE Cat 6, VoLTE, VoWiFi, and a 4,200mAh battery with charging via microUSB.

The real sell here isn’t so much the hardware but the rugged design. Like other CAT phones, the S32 is built to take a beating. Its IP68 certification makes it dust tight and waterproof up to 1.5 meters for 35 minutes.

Additionally, its MIL SpEC 810G rated so it has been tested against vibration, salt mist conditions, extreme temperatures, and thermal shock. All of that, coupled with the extra-grip design and wet glove capability for the touch screen make the phone a perfect option for contractors, plumbers, and utility workers.

The Cat S32 will be available direct from CAT as well as via retailers and operators.

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Jackery powers up Explorer 1000 and Explorer 300

Jackery, a key player in the space of portable power solutions, has offered up two more models as part of its outdoor charging products. Set to go on sale in March, the Explorer 1000 is its biggest and most powerful one yet. Meanwhile, the Explorer 300 helps fill out the middle of the pack.

Jackery’s Explorer Series is family portable power supplies with AC outlets, DC outlets, and USB ports. Its products provide reliable power for gadgets, electronics, and even small appliances. They’re the sort of thing you might take with you on a camping trip or a an afternoon tailgate.

READ: Jackery Explorer 500 review

Here’s a glimpse at what each of the Jackery Explorer models have for consumers later this spring.

Jackery Explorer 1000

  • 1000Wh battery capacity charges and re-charges devices, with 1000W rated power and 2000W surge power
  • 3 AC output ports
  • 2 USB-C output ports
  • 2 USB-A output ports
  • 1 car output port
  • Recharges three ways: AC Wall Outlet, 12V car outlet, solar panels
  • Weight – 22 lbs
  • 2-Year Warranty

The Jackery Explorer 300

  • 293Wh battery capacity charges and re-charges devices, with 300W rated power and 600W surge power
  • 2 AC output ports
  • 1 USB-C output port
  • 2 USB-A output ports
  • 1 car output port
  • Recharges three ways: AC Wall Outlet, 12V car outlet or solar panels
  • Weight – 6.6 lbs
  • 2-Year Warranty

Availability

The Jackery Explorer 1000 starts shipping in March with a $1,000 price tag while the Explorer 300  follows up in April with $350 sticker.

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Lenovo serves up a pair of Chromebook experiences at CES

Lenovo this week announced a pair of Chromebook-based devices as part of its CES lineup. The IdeaPad Flex 5 Chromebook is 2-in-1 with stylus support while the IdeaPad Duet Chromebook is more of a tablet-like device. Both are expected in the second quarter of this year (Q2 2020).

Lenovo IdeaPad Flex 5 Chromebook

We begin with the 2-in-1 design and more conventional Chromebook experience. Weighing in just under three pounds, this laptop sports a 13.3-inch Full HD IPS touchscreen and an integrated stylus.

Power comes from a 10th generation Intel Core i5 processor with 4GB DDR memory and storage options include 32GB/64GB eMMC or 128GB SSD. Battery is rated up to 10 hours per charge.

Other noteworthy details include a water-resistant backlit keyboard, microSD, a pair of stereo speakers, two USB Type-C ports, a USB A port, and 3.5mm headphone jack.

The Lenovo IdeaPad Flex 5 Chromebook arrives in June with a $360 starting price.

Lenovo IdeaPad Duet Chromebook

While its name signals a 2-in-1 experience, this one is actually a tablet with a detachable keyboard and kickstand case. It’s bundled with the tablet, of course, so call it what you will.

The 10.1-inch tablet has a 1,920 x 1,200 pixel resolution and a peak brightness of 440 nits. A Mediatek Helio P60T processor is bolstered by 4GB RAM with storage up to 128GB. A microSD expansion card slot allows for additional media.

Whereas it’s not an overly powerful experience, it does have stylus compatibility and — count ’em — eight years of Chrome OS updates. The Lenovo IdeaPad Duet Chromebook goes on sale in May with a $280 starting price.

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IFROGZ intros AIRTIME Vibe headphones and AIRTIME Sport earbuds

IFROGZ this week introduced a pair of new headphones (AIRTIME Vibe, AIRTIME Sport) which will go on sale later this quarter. As we’ve come to expect from the brand, they offer quite the value proposition. The former is a pair of traditional pair of over-the-ear headphones while the latter are a pair of around-the-ear earbuds.

Here’s a look at what is on the horizon for IFROGZ and its CES 2020 products.

IFROGZ AIRTIME Vibe Headphones ($100)

Offered in black, white, and blue, these headphones provide up to 30 hours of play back per charge. They offer Active Noise Cancellation which reduces ambient noise, if that’s something you need, which affects battery just slightly. Alternatively, listeners can plug in via 3.5mm headphone jack and have unlimited battery.

The folding headphones are IPX2 rated against light rain and/or sweat and are designed to travel. When not used for music they can also handle hands-free calls with its integrated microphone.

IFROGZ AIRTIME Sport Earbuds ($80)




Designed for more portability and a slightly more active user, these feature an around-the-ear sport wing design and an IPX5 rating. They’ll be offered in four colors: black, white, blue, and mint.

Battery life is rated up to 25 hours thanks to the portable carrying case with charges up via USB Type-C or wirelessly.

The Bluetooth 5.0 earbuds come with three sizes of silicone and one size memory foam ear tips. And should one of them get worn out, damaged, or even lost, IFROGZ will replace them for free… for life.

The earbuds have controls for playback, volume, and handling calls. Moreover, they also work with voice assistants like Google Assistant and Apple Siri.

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Huami debuts Amazfit T-Rex and BipS smartwatches

China-based Huami might not be a name that many US consumers know, but that should change before long. It quietly put together some 18.1 million sales of its wearables in 2017, thanks largely to its portfolio of inexpensive Amazfit devices, some of which come in well under $100.

READ: Amazfit Stratos launches with all of the best features

The next two months will see the addition of an Amazfit T-Rex and Amazfit Bip S, both of which made their introduction at CES 2020. The former is the 7th series of Amazfit watch, and its first rugged model, while the latter is a variant of an existing line.

Amazfit T-Rex

Designed for the adventurous outdoorsy type of user, the T-Rex is housed in a highly durable polymer body. It’s built for the elements and hard enviornments; the watch meets 12 regulations of the MIL-STD-810G military-standard quality test.

Details include a 1.3-inch AMOLED screen at 360 x 360 pixel resolution with an “always on display”. It’s water resistant (5ATM), packs a GPS, includes all-day heart rate monitoring with alerts, and also features some 14 sports modes. Reportedly, the battery is good enough for 20 days on a full charge.

Look for the Amazfit T-Rex to sell for about $140 when it arrives later this month. Color options include Army Green, Camo Green, Khaki, Rock Black, and Gun Gray.

Amazfit Bip S

This one is certainly Apple Watch-like in its design and offers up a battery that’s good for 40 days. It’s a smidge bigger and thicker than its siblings at 42×35.3×11.4 a fair amount of that is in bezel. The 1.28-inch screen has a 176 x 176 pixel resolution. The display is always-on Transflective Color TFT with a 64 RGB color gamut.

While the other Amazfit Bip models are splash resistant, the Bip S is built to swim at depths up to 50 meters. Rounding out the specs are Bluetooth 5.0, GPS + GLONASS, better heart rate sensor, and more sports modes.

The Bip S has a wallet-friendly $70 price tag and figures to go on sale in February.

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Best of CES 2020

CES 2020 has come and gone, leaving a whole slew of new and interesting technology in its wake. While most of what was announced this week will make its way to retail and homes later in the coming weeks, some are more conceptual and prototypical in nature. In other words, they’re not due until some time later in the year (if ever!) and are subject to change.

Having kept a close eye on the things that we think matter most to our audience, we’ve gathered up some of our favorites. These “Best of CES” products are what we think will help shape the coming year.

Whereas some of these are iterations of existing products, others are completely new. And where most of them are related to mobile and connected home, some color just outside of the lines. Nevertheless, these are ten of the most exciting things to come out of Las Vegas this year.

CookingPal Julia

We’re a few years into smart kitchen appliances and they’re starting to hit their stride. It’s not hard to find an all-in-one device that sits on your counter, replacing multiple products.

The Julia takes things to a whole new level. Due later this year, it handles all sorts of tasks, be it hop, mix, blend, whisk, grind, boil, or something else. Moreover, it can walk you through the a recipe, prompting you to do things it cannot. It can also help you find a recipe based on items in your kitchen; it also includes a nutrition database and integrated grocery shopping assistance.

Read the full announcement


Withings ScanWatch

The ScanWatch monitors and tracks all of your standard activities, and looks plenty fashionable. Its extra sensors, however, make it stand out from the pack. One is able to detect arrhythmia, or irregular heartbeats while the other can detect sleep apnea. The sleep disorder can increase one’s risk of various potentially fatal outcomes, including heart attack and stroke.

It’s one thing to keep an eye on things and record them for historical purpose. It’s something entirely different if you’re able to detect and potentially prevent something unhealthy from happening. Truly smart stuff.

Read the full announcement


Coolpad Legacy 5G

As we enter 2020, the various wireless service providers are busy deploying their 5G networks. And while the coverage varies from one company to the next, there’s one thing that remains certain – 5G phones are expensive. Coolpad’s newest phone comes in under $400, making it the most affordable 5G experience thus far.

Powered by Android 10, the new Coolpad Legacy 5G will offer up a massive 6.53-inch display and a 4,000mAh battery. Around back is a pair of (48-megapixel and 8-megapixel) cameras while the front has a 16-megapixel selfie shooter. With a reported 4GB RAM, 64GB storage, and microSD expansion, it’s right in line with today’s consumer’s needs.

Read the full announcement


Jabra Elite Active 75t

The new earbuds are the fitness and active variant of the recently launched, and incredibly well-received Elite 75t. They come with IP57 protective rating which means dust and sweat resistance and waterproof protection.

Battery life is rated up to 7.5 hours per charge with the carrying case extending that time up to 28 hours. The earbuds provide passive noise reduction but give listeners the option to let sound in through Jabra’s HearThrough technology. On top of all of these great features, the Elite Active 75t are backed by a two-year warranty.

Read the full announcement


TCL SOCL500TWS

TCL’s SOCL500TWS ties the line between a comfortable, ergonomic fit and respectable audio and battery. Paired via Bluetooth 5.0, the earbuds take advantage of the natural curve that comes with your inner ear. Rather than relying on the canal itself, this ensures you don’t end up with ear fatigue halfway into a playlist.

Sold in four stylish colors, these sweat and water resistant earbuds provide up to 26 hours play time via the carrying case. We’ve become increasingly fond of the TCL brand and its various efforts and think they among the best at bang for buck.

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Hisense H65G

This new series of TVs deliver a wallet-friendly 4K, Dolby Vision-capable TV with Android TV running the show. Available in a variety of sizes (43-inches up to 85-inches), it’s damn near impossible to beat the feature set at these prices.

These TVs include a voice remote as well as a dedicated Game Mode that disables processing for ultra-fast response times. Also present are DTS Virtual: X, Motion Rate Technology, and Bluetooth connectivity.

Read the full announcement


Roborock H6

After having been in the works for nearly three years, Roborock shows up with the H6, its first vacuum with a stick design and a host of accessories. Features include a first-of-its-kind Lithium-Ion Polymer 3,160mAh battery, a 420W motor, and 140 AW (air watts) of suction power.

Drawing on its track record of solid robot vacuums, the Roborock H6 can automatically detect when it’s on carpet. As such, suction power is increased to the tune of nearly 4000RPM. On hard floors it hums along at 1100RPM with a soft floor brush roller lifting dust and debris.The H6 weighs in at a just three pounds which means it’s also designed for cars, beds, furniture and other hard-to-reach spots.

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Vizio Elevate Sound Bar

If you haven’t been paying close attention, you might assume that Vizio only cares about building high-end TVs with affordable price tags. Nope, it’s been getting increasingly more involved in home theater audio options, too. Its sound bar lineup gets a refresh for 2020, including one which complements its forthcoming OLED TVs.

The Elevate Sound Bar features a unique design that allows it sit independently or dock with the new OLED TV. The system includes two-way left, center, and right front speakers that utilize a separate tweeter, as well as dual-midbass drivers, and passive radiators.

Additionally, it has a booming wireless 8-inch subwoofer and two satellite surround speakers. The system supports DTS Virtual:X, Dolby Atmos, and DTS:X audio and can automatically rotate itself based on content.

Read the full announcement


Plugable TBT3-UDZ Docking Station

Plugable’s new dock offers 14 physical ports. If you’re looking to maximize space in an office, or go all-out with devices, you’ll love what’s in store. We’re talking seven USB plugs, microSD and SD readers, and 100W PD to host. Yeah, plug whatever you want into it.

Thanks to the Titan Ridge platform, users can add two external displays to a single Thunderbolt port (4K, 60Hz). For USB-C it supports two 4K monitors at 30Hz each.

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Sony Z8H

While many of us are busy catching up with 4K televisions, Sony is already a step ahead with its second 8K set. Set to launch in 75-inch and 85-inch options, its Z8H is packed to the hilt with a whole array of visual and audio goodies.

A new feature makes it so that the entire frame of the TV is used as a tweeter that vibrates the frame. Audio appears to come directly from the screen. And the Sound-From-Picture Reality feature aligns sound to objects, making things feel even more realistic.

The Z8H runs Android TV with Google Assistant, Google Play Store, and built-in Chromecast. Sony does put its own interface menus and voice controls on top.

The idea of an 85-inch TV is appealing on its own, but when you add in an Android TV experience it gets even better. Then, topping it off with 8K resolution and support for all sorts of wonderful voice assistance? Does it get any better?

Read the full announcement

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JBL unveils new earbuds and headphones

CES 2020 is in full swing and it’s the best time of year for people who love gadgets and electronics. It’s now when we get to see all of the wonderful tech that will make its way into retail stores and homes over the next few months.

One of the more popular product types to showcase at the annual event is headphones. Collectively this now includes wired, wireless, over-ear, earbuds, and other form factors.

JBL, being a big player in the audio space, unveiled a handful of new headphones and earbuds this week. With five different models to choose from, they’re priced $120-$350 and suit the needs of a variety of user types.

Here’s an at-a-glance look at what JBL has on the horizon as it pertains to portable, personal audio options.

TUNE 220TWS ($120)

  • True wireless earbuds
  • 12.5mm driver
  • Voice Assistant
  • Make/receive calls
  • 3 hours playtime per charge
  • 19 hours playtime with charging case
  • Available in six colors

LIVE 3000TWS ($150)

  • True wireless in-ear headphones
  • 12.5mm driver
  • Ambient Aware technology
  • Person-Fi sound profiles
  • Voice Assistant
  • Make/receive calls
  • 6 hours playtime per charge
  • 20 hours playtime with charging case
  • Available in four colors

CLUB 950NC ($250)

  • Wireless over-ear noise cancelling headphones
  • Ambient Aware technology
  • Person-Fi sound profiles
  • Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa
  • EQ personalization
  • Dual-Mic technology for calls
  • 55 hours playtime per charge on Bluetooth (5.0)
  • 22 hours playtime per charge on Bluetooth and ANC
  • 30 hours playtime per charge on AUX and ANC
  • Available in black

CLUB 700BT ($200)

  • Wireless on-ear headphones
  • Ambient Aware technology
  • Personi-Fi sound profiles
  • Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa
  • EQ personalization
  • Dual-Mic technology for calls
  • 50 hours playtime per charge on Bluetooth (5.0)
  • Available in black

CLUB ONE ($350)

  • Wireless, over-ear, True Adaptive Noise Cancelling headphones inspired by pro musicians
  • 40mm graphene driver
  • Dual auxiliary input
  • Ambient Aware technology
  • Person-Fi sound profiles
  • Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa
  • EQ personalization
  • Dual-Mic technology for calls
  • 45 hours playtime per charge on Bluetooth
  • 23 hours playtime per charge on Bluetooth and ANC
  • 25 hours playtime per charge on AUX and ANC
  • Available in black

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Sony at CES 2020: An 85-inch 8K, a 48-inch 4K OLED, and Android TV

Sony has unveiled its first TVs of the new year, and among them is a gigantic 8K LCD unit and a 48-inch 4K OLED unit. And there’s also a bunch of stuff that fits in between, too. Here’s a quick look at what’s in store for Sony TVs in 2020.

Z8H (75″, 85″)

Starting at the top of the lineup we find the Z8H which will be available in 75-inch and 85-inch sizes. Touting a mindbogglingly high 7,680-by-4,320 (8K) resolution, it promises incredibly deep blacks, sharp images, and support for Dolby Vision/Atmos.

An “Ambient Optimization” feature promises to optimize the picture and sound quality based on where the viewer is sitting and the lighting in the room.

Other notable details include CalMAN auto-calibration software and a Netflix Calibrated Mode which preserves the vision that was intended by those who create Netflix original content.

Even though it’s a TV, the experience isn’t just about what’s seen. Indeed, a new feature makes it so that the entire frame of the Z8H is used as a tweeter. This vibrates the frame of the TV to emit audio that appears to come directly from the screen.

A Sound-From-Picture Reality feature also tries to align sound to objects, making things feel even more real and to provide a sense of space.

Like others in its portfolio, the Z8H runs Android TV with Google Assistant, Google Play Store, and built-in Chromecast. Sony does put its own interface menus and voice controls on top.

As one might expect from a bleeding-edge TV, it can be controlled by Amazon’s Alexa and Google’s Home devices. Moreover, they can be connected to AirPlay 2 and HomeKit-supported speakers or accessories.

The idea of an 85-inch TV is appealing on its own, but when you add in an Android TV experience it gets even better. Then, topping it off with 8K resolution and support for all sorts of wonderful voice assistance? Does it get any better?

Master Series A9S (48″)

The new Master Series A9S comes in at 48-inches, which is the smallest OLED 4K TV from Sony. It utilizes X-Motion Clarity for a high refresh rate and clearer image during fast-moving scenes and gaming while TRILUMINOS tech and the X1 processor produce colors that are more natural and precise.

This one also runs Android TV with support for Amazon Alexa, AirPlay 2, and Apple HomeKit. Rounding things out are Dolby Atmos and Dolby Vision, X-Motion Clarity, and Ambient Optimization.

A8H OLED (55″, 65″)

  • Utilizes Picture Processor X1 Ultimate to provide crisp, high-contrast and true-to-life picture
  • Offers Pixel Contrast Booster, which enriches colors at high brightness
  • X-Motion Clarity technology will now be available for OLED, refining action on the screen in real time with brighter and clearer picture than ever before
  • Two subwoofers improve and enhance Acoustic Surface Audio
  • Now supports Dolby Atmos, in addition to Dolby Vision
  • New Ambient Optimization optimizes picture and sound quality in any customer environment
  • TRILUMINOS Display reproduces the subtle nuances of color, light and gradation from video lens to living room
  • Works with Smart Speakers, including Google Home and Amazon Alexa enabled devices
  • Easy connectivity to most devices, including Apple AirPlay 2 and HomeKit
  • Quick access to an array of content and services with Android TV
  • Custom Mode, along with Sony’s other calibrated viewing modes, provides various viewing options to suit customers’ tastes while faithfully preserving the creator’s intent

X950H 4K LED (49″, 55″, 65″, 75″, 85″)

  • Offers Sony’s best-ever picture and sound quality for 4K LED TVs
  • Utilizes Picture Processor X1 Ultimate to provide crisp, high contrast
  • Full Array LED brings more realistic peaks of brightness, more accurate shadow detail and deeper blacks than standard LED TVs
  • X-Wide Angle technology, which provides vivid real-world colors from any angle while retaining more color and brightness, will be expanded to 55″ and 65″ for this model
  • Features improved Acoustic Multi-Audio, Sound-from-Picture Reality concept with bi-amp system, which controls main speaker and invisible tweeter separately, and X-Balanced Speaker, a new shaped speaker unit that pairs slim design with sound clarity
  • Flush Surface design offers sleek, bezel-less look
  • New Ambient Optimization optimizes picture and sound quality in any environment
  • TRILUMINOS Display reproduces the subtle nuances of color, light and gradation from video lens to living room
  • Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos support
  • Features hands-free capabilities
  • Works with Smart Speakers, including Google Home and Amazon Alexa enabled devices
  • Easy connectivity to most devices, including Apple AirPlay 2 and HomeKit
  • Quick access to an array of content and services with Android TV
  • Custom Mode, along with Sony’s other calibrated viewing modes, provides various viewing options to suit customers’ tastes while faithfully preserving the creator’s intent

X900H 4K LED (55″, 65″, 75″, 85″)

  • New mid-range Full Array LED model
  • Offers Acoustic Multi-Audio with X-Balanced Speaker
  • Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos support
  • Diamond cut bezel for slim design
  • TRILUMINOS Display reproduces the subtle nuances of color, light and gradation from video lens to living room
  • Works with Smart Speakers, including Google Home and Amazon Alexa enabled devices
  • Easy connectivity to most devices, including Apple AirPlay 2 and HomeKit
  • Quick access to an array of content and services with Android TV
  • Custom Mode, along with Sony’s other calibrated viewing modes, provides various viewing options to suit customers’ tastes while faithfully preserving the creator’s intent
  • 4K 120fps compatible
  • NEXTGEN TV compatible

Availability

Sony has not detailed pricing or availability for its new TVs but we suspect we’ll learn more in the coming weeks.

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HyperX puts Qi wireless charging in Cloud Flight S headset

Now that we’ve got a universal standard in wireless charging, most phone makers are starting to consider Qi for some of its products. The question after that, naturally, is where else can we add it? Earbuds? Sure, but what about headphones?

It’s the first free-standing Qi-charging wireless gaming headset, giving you the convenience of both wireless charging and 2.4GHz wireless audio connectivity.

HyperX, a brand that specializes in gaming headphones and accessories, this week introduced its Cloud Flight S headset. Set to cost $160 when it goes on sale in February, it’s the first in the HyperX line to support the wireless standard. In fact, the company says it’s the first gaming headset ever to see it.

The Cloud Flight S features many of the same characteristics of its Cloud Flight headphones, but updated for today’s modern gamer.

Cloud Flight S Features

  • Gaming-grade wireless with long-lasting battery life
  • Qi Certified for wireless charging3
  • HyperX custom-tuned 7.1 surround sound
  • Game and chat audio balance
  • Signature HyperX comfort and durability
  • Detachable microphone with LED mute indicator
  • Customizable onboard controls
  • 90° rotating earcups

Unfortunately, HyperX does not include a charger with its Flight S headphones. They’re happy to sell you one, though, in the ChargePlay Base. The 15W charger can juice up two devices at once and costs $60. Of course, you can always go with the included micro-USB cable that comes with the headphones, but that’s no longer cool, is it?

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Weber Connect Smart Grilling Hub aims to make anyone a grill expert

Weber this week showed off its new Connect Smart Grilling Hub, an accessory that aims to turn anyone and everyone into a grill expert.

The Connect Smart Grilling Hub is comprised of a central device with ports for connecting up to four wired thermometers. These sensors can be placed into steaks, chicken, and anything else on the grill to find its internal temperature. The hub, thanks to WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity, talks to your smartphone.

Weber Connect Smart Grilling Hub Features

  • Flip and serve notifications
  • Select doneness (medium-rare steak) and receive alerts when ready
  • Food readiness countdown and estimated cook time
  • Step-by-step assistance from setup to when it’s time to eat
  • The Weber Connect App includes ever-evolving content, tips, tricks, and recipes for every skill level

Once you reach the desired, or proper, temperature, the accompanying app will alert users so they can take them off the grill. It’s the sort of device that ensures you can pull off a perfectly done steak, whether it’s medium-rare or well done.

The app also includes step-by-step instructions, tips and tricks from professionals, and even notifications for when it’s time to flip a burger.

According to Weber, the Connect Smart Grilling Hub and app will pick up software updates over time, including the addition of Amazon Alexa support.

Availability

The Weber Connect Smart Grilling Hub is expected in early 2020 with a retail price of $130. For the money, customers get one meat probe.

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