The GoSun Stove is designed to cook food outside on sunny days or inside on a sunny windowsill. The solar-powered stove reaches temperatures of 200-550 degrees and can be used to bake, grill or fry up to three pounds of food.
The newest product in Tiger Corp.’s Electric Kettle Wakuko line is designed to help people create their favorite hot beverages quickly. This steam-less kettle, which will be available in September, can boil a cup of water in 45 seconds using 22% less power than the company’s previous electric kettle models.
The Viante CUC-30DC Induction Cooker and Grill boasts portability without losing the function necessary to induction cooking. The gadget has seven power levels for various cooking needs that are easily identified by reading the built-in LCD panel.
Consumer credit rose over $15 billion in June despite persistent concerns about the pace of U.S. economic recovery, according to new data from the Federal Reserve. The rise was triple the rate posted during May, and the single largest increase in nearly four years.
About 79% of consumers do at least half of their pre-shopping product research online, up from 50% last year, and 15% do 90% or more of their homework on the Web, according to a survey. The survey also found that more than half of frequent online shoppers turn to social sites to get at least some product information, but only 3% start there.