Panasonic Introduces the First Countertop Induction Oven
Panasonic just launched the first-ever countertop induction oven to bring all the benefits of the technology to fairly small kitchens.
Panasonic countertop induction oven
To enjoy the benefits of induction cooking, which include energy-efficiency, no need for preheating, and increased safety over conventional burners, budding chefs had to rely on full-size ovens or cook-tops, which is just not practical for apartment living. With Panasonic’s new microwave-size device, people with small kitchens can now grill a barbecue-grade steak conveniently.
The CIO calls upon Panasonic’s more than four decades history of innovation in induction heating technology. The oven quickly toasts, bakes, grills, and re-heats with little or no requirement for preheating, giving you perfectly cooked meals.
Additionally, the countertop offers adjustable temperature control and pre-set menu options so you don’t have to guess the times for cooking chicken and vegetables or grilling steaks, but you can be assured of a more flavourful, crispy on the outside and moist and tender on the inside meal.
However, the compact cooker will not be ready for summer meals as it is expected to start shipping October this year. Panasonic have not mentioned how much their countertop induction oven (CIO) will be selling for, though it should not be much of a surprise of this world-first model costs a premium.