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PiePal Orders Pizza at the Touch of a Button: The Easy Button for Pizza Delivery

 |  |  |  |  November 8, 2013

Fast food pizza is the lazy man’s favorite meal, next to the Anything Edible Within Arm’s Reach value meal. I loooove that one. But ordering pizza is still quite the hurdle for the indolent. Thankfully iStrategyLabs is here to solve that problem with the PiePal, a device that orders pizza in just a few seconds.


Before you sloths utter an unintelligible moan that can only mean that you’re beside yourself with joy, there are a few caveats with the PiePal. First of all, it can only order one type of pizza and only from Dominos. Second, you have to have a user account on Domino’s online delivery website. That’s because the PiePal is actually a Raspberry Pi that’s running an automated pizza ordering software. You’ll need to enter your Wi-Fi network’s name and password,┬áDomino’s account details and the specific pizza you want into the program. You can do it; it’ll let you be lazy in the long run.


Also, I lied about the one button thing. You actually have to turn a dial before you can press the button to order. I know, it’s hard, but the dial lets you select the number of pizzas you want to order.┬áThen press the big button on the PiePal to place your order.

If you’re interested in owning a PiePal, get off your butt for a second and sign up on the PiePal website to become a “beta taster.” Mmmm, beta.

[via iStrategyLabs via CNET]