People use laptops to run businesses, do their work, play games, watch movies, communicate with loved ones, and so on and so forth. But have you ever heard of people using their laptops in the kitchen – to actually cook a meal? And no, this doesn’t count.
Okay, so you can’t exactly bake a cake or roast a chicken with designer Dragan Trenchevski’s Electrolux Mobile Kitchen, but you can cook up a storm, chop your ingredients on the side, and grate stuff while you’re at it. Oh, and you can also use the touchscreen to flip the virtual pages of your cookbook to check if you’re doing everything right if you’re still trying out a new dish.
The whole mobile kitchen notebook is still a concept for now, although I wish they can work out the kinks (oil spattering on the screen, for one) on this one to actually turn it into a reality, because I know a lot of people (myself included) who’d kill to have one of these.
[via Yanko Design]