An iPad stand that encourage you to cook!

4 Oct

So simple, so elegant, so cool…With the advent of the iPad, it seems everyone is Googling what’s for dinner.

Enter Andrea Ponti, a young Italian designer based in Japan, whose Bosco cutting board is an ingenious low-tech addition to the hi-tech kitchen.The Ginkgo wooden plank comes in two parts: a base and a cutting board. The base is notched to hold your iPad or other tablet device. That opens up your cooking process to a whole new world. Forget running to your laptop to check out the next step in your selected Epicurious recipes. With your iPad front and center, you not only have recipes at hand, but you can also control the Spotify musical accompaniment, message your foodie friends to find out what goes into a bouquet garni, and post a picture of the finished product to Facebook. And if you hate dining alone, move the base and iPad to the dining room and Skype with a dinner date. When you’re done cooking, the cutting board slips into the same notch that propped up the iPad.

 

2 Responses to “An iPad stand that encourage you to cook!”

  1. Monika Gerstle October 9, 2011 at 11:33 am #

    Spot on with this write-up, I really think this website needs way more consideration. I?ll most likely be again to learn much more, thanks for that info.

  2. Grayson Gill October 31, 2011 at 5:45 am #

    greatful for the post

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