That looks like a really nice router.. way to go google / GT! Chances are you'll be able to flash your own firmware onto the device when you get it.. but even if you can't hey free router
My next android device
It feels big compared to your last device but eventually you get used to the feel of it in your hand & pocket so much so that the old device feels tiny and insignificant.
thats what she said . . . ?
Who wouldn't want a $5000 cooktop that adapts to wherever you put your pots?
My mom has an inductive cooktop (zoned) and she hates it. It takes 10 minutes to boil a pot of water instead of the typical 5 minutes on an electric or gas stove. She has a few old pots and pans that she really likes but the bottoms are a little warped so they don't sit evenly on the surface causing the food to be cooked unevenly. That problem would be even worse on a zoneless surface because if you shift the pot around and the weight shifts from one side to the other only the area in contact with the surface will be heated so presumebly the surface under the other side of the pot would still be cool. I suppose if you're going to shell out $5k for a fancy cooktop you wouldn't mind spending a couple hundred on some brand spankin new pots with flat bottoms. :)
I'd rather keep the traditional stove and add a tandoor. Of course I have no idea how to use one or how much they cost but I've seen an electric one for $5k so clay ones are probably more. You could use it to make tandoori chicken tandoori nan and dozens more. Mmm I'm getting hungry now haha.
Considering I cook maybe once every two weeks perhaps a better investment would be to get a personal chef. :D
Open letter to TV companies:
I don't want 3D
My friends made a clay tandoor in their backyard. We have not yet tested it for how much terrible metals it introduces into the food but it was (supposedly) easy and relatively cheap.