If the PR is to be believed, French outfit UNOWHY (oh yes, really) has already taken its native Gaul by storm with its latest cuisine-focused tablet, dubbed QOOQ. (Actually, the 10.1-incher’s formal title is “la tablette QOOQ,” merci beaucoup!) And now the company’s ready to translate the kitchen-based tech for stateside tastes, shipping the splashproof tab with English menus and instructions for $399. Originally shown off at this past CES, the unique device packs a 1GHz dual-core processor, runs a custom OS atop the Linux kernel and comes with over 1,000 recipes from top chefs (no, not the Bravo kind) pre-installed. There’s also an optional subscription package for power users that’ll run about $9.90/mo or $99/year for access to additional interactive content and updates. You can learn more at the source below if you’re the culinary kind — though we’re willing to bet the far more frugal option is to download a cooking app and call it a day. The choice is yours.
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