Samsung announced it will bring smart kitchen appliances, including various models of Built-in Double and Single Wall Ovens, Built-in Gas Cooktops, Built-in Induction Cooktops, Built-in Electric Cooktops and Built-in Range Hoods.
All of Samsung’s built-in appliances are equipped with Wi-Fi connectivity, so users can remotely start, control and turn off their ovens, as well as monitor their cooktop and range hood from their smartphone. Finally, Bluetooth connectivity syncs the cooktop with Samsung’s range hood to automatically start the hood’s fans or lights when using the cooktop.
The Built-in Double Wall Oven incorporates Samsung’s popular Flex Duo technology, enabling three distinct oven spaces that can be individually controlled with the Samsung Smart Divider.
The Built-in Ovens utilizes SteamBake and SteamRoast functions for better control of taste and texture, and the new Built-in Cooktops feature powerful burners and customizable configurations on the market.
The Built-in Cooktops’ new Magnetic Knob feature and Virtual Flame Technology deliver precise cooking control and simplicity when it comes to cleaning. Users only have to remove the knob and wipe down the surface – eliminating the tedious and time-consuming job of scrubbing grime on cooktops.
The high penetration of broadband and internet connections will propel the demand for connectivity-enabled appliances, said research institute Technavio.
Recent technological innovations and the emergence of smart homes are bringing a proliferation of smart appliances that can be connected to smartphones and monitored from remote locations.
This increase in the proliferation of home automation solutions will result in the populace’s augmented demand for smart ovens that have advanced features like Wi-Fi connectivity and LCD screens, Technavio forecast.