Sony’s amazing new Android-powered device is accompanied by $115 worth of accessories, content and recipes. You’ll also get the iGrill accessory, which is a wireless Bluetooth meat thermometer that allows you to monitor your food from up to 200 feet away. And of course, it’s also an Android tablet, so you can choose any app you’d like from Google Play.
Here’s the kicker: If some of the spaghetti sauce you’re cooking happens to splatter on the tablet, or sticky fingerprints are covering the screen, simply rinse the tablet clean under running water. Let us repeat that for you: simply rinse the tablet clean under running water. When we tried it here, we said to ourselves, “are you freaking-kidding me?” But no joke, you can.
The remarkable XPeria tablet can withstand being submerged under fresh water for up to half an hour at a depth of 3 feet, making it the perfect cooking companion for even the most “enthusiastic” cooks!
This new tablet also sits on a lightweight, fold-able stand, saving some counter space for your other kitchen items. A 10.1-inch Full HD 1,920-1,200 screen makes it easy to view your favorite BigOven recipes as you move around the kitchen as well. When uploading your own recipes to BigOven, don’t forget to snap a photo with the tablet’s 8-megapixel rear camera! A 2-megapixel camera is located in the front.