Companies are always discovering new methods to bring more technology to your deck or patio, so CES has become more of a grilling expo. An example of a company that has incorporated AI into its operations is Seergrills, a startup based in the UK that employs engineers and product developers.
The Perfecta, its top-of-the-line device, takes just 90 seconds to cook a ribeye steak that is an inch thick. The manufacturer claims that their grill, which resembles a transparent countertop oven, can cook food approximately ten times quicker than traditional cooking methods.
Cooking on both sides at once using the two vertical infrared burners inside not only saves time but also gets rid of the need to turn the food over. The burners reach a maximum temperature of 1,652 degrees Fahrenheit, according to Seergrills, and the equipment can guarantee perfectly crisp edges with its 360-degree heating system.
The built-in AI chef considers the desired doneness and sear level while determining the appropriate cooking time and temperature for the meal.
The burners move autonomously toward and away from meals as needed during the process, and sensors determine the thickness of items like chicken and steak to prevent overcooking or undercooking.
With a quad-core processor and a plethora of sensors to collect data on cooking, the whole smart setup is referred to as NeuralFire by Seergrills. The manufacturer claims that the vertical design eliminates flare-ups by directing the exhaust of water vapor and smoke upwards and the collection of fat and grease into a drip pan that can be cleaned in the dishwasher.
Pizza and roasted chicken are no problem with the Perfecta’s oven and rotisserie settings. Plus, it has a Chef Mode that gives you complete command of the appliance. On top of that, they have a grill cart that you can use with any outdoor set up.
A 12-volt power cord powers the Perfecta’s electronics, while gas powers the burners. A touch screen allows you to enter your preferred cooking parameters. Unfortunately, we couldn’t observe its cooking process at the exposition table because this is an outdoor grill.
However, the business has promised that early adopters would be able to purchase it before the year comes to a close. In Q4 of 2024, the Perfecta, priced at $3,500, will be shipped out by Seergrills. If you buy now, you can save $1,000 until CES ends.
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