Although induction stoves are more energy-efficient than electric or gas burners, as they distribute heat evenly and are safer to use. But their major drawback is that you cannot find out when the burner is on and at what intensity it’s heating. Due to this, cooking on induction sometimes get tricky. However to resolve the problem, Samsung has unveiled the latest range of induction stoves with virtual flame technology at CES 2015.
The virtual flames with a ring of bright blue LED lights ignite across pans or pots, when you turn on the stove. These faux-flames give you visual sense of how hot the burner is, because their brightness corresponds to the heat intensity of the cooking range. The LEDs are linked to heat settings of the stove and start glowing brighter when you’re cooking at a higher heat.
With this latest cooking range, you’ll certainly be more precise about your cooking due to its perfect blend of efficiency and ease. But, this technology won’t come cheap. If you’re looking for latest kitchen technology in your home then you have to shed hefty amount of about $3,699.