Smart kitchen appliances market expected to be worth $2.7bn by 2022

Demand for smart refrigerators is seeing huge growth with the market likely to be worth AU$768.2 million by 2020, according to Australia-based home improvement solutions provider HalfPrice.com.au.

There are also, says the company, many great apps available to bring efficiency to how we cook. A smart frying pan knows when food is cooked perfectly, so we don’t have to worry about cooking times nearly as much any more.

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