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  • The QOOQ tablet gives you access to thousands of recipes : the best way to find inspiration and vary your menus
  • Renowned chefs give you through step-by-step HD videos full explanations in real time of all their tips and tricks
  • Weekly meal schedule, automatic shopping list.., with the QOOQ tablet, cooking is so much easier!
  • Internet, music, email, videos,... The QOOQ tablet answers all your multimedia needs, just as well as a classic touchscreen tablet!
  • The QOOQ tablet comes pre-loaded with 1000 recipes, videos and techniques
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 10.6 x 6.3 x 1 inches ; 1.8 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.8 pounds
  • ASIN: B00A8MEVA0
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
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Product Description

The future of cooking is here. This revolutionary new touchscreen tablet puts an interactive culinary world right at your fingertips and isn't afraid to get messy. The first tablet built to weather the rigors of daily kitchen use, QOOQ withstands spills, splashes and messy hands while providing a library's worth of cooking knowledge from over a hundred of the world's top chefs. Whether you're cooking along with a celebrated chef, sending a customized shopping list to your smartphone, planning your meals for the week or simply browsing the web while you preheat the oven, you'll love it's wide range of innovative, user-friendly features. A kitchen-proof, recipe-packed cookbook and cooking school right out of the box, QOOQ also offers a premium subscription service that provides endless, regularly updated culinary content to explore. QOOQ on Your Existing Device. Explore everything QOOQ has to offer on your current computer or tablet with a subscription to QOOQ's premium online content. Enjoy access to a constantly expanding database of over 4000 recipes, chef profiles, QOOQ Magazine and more! Dimensions: 10.63" x 6.3" x 0.98". Weight: 1.89 lb. Warranty: 1-year warranty from date of purchase. Made in France. FEATURES Built to withstand the rigors of everyday kitchen use, QOOQ is spill, splash and smudge resistant and cleans up easily with a damp cloth. Nonslip feet and a foldaway stand securely hold QOOQ at the optimal viewing angle without the need for a separate stand or prop. Achieve gourmet results with recipes guiding you every step of the way, from ingredient shopping and selection, to preparation and cooking, and to plating and presentation. Over 100 celebrated chefs from around the world instruct you with 1200 step-by-step HD videos. Easily adjust serving amounts, search by ingredient or cuisine type, send shopping lists to your smartphone, create weekly menu plans, design custom recipes and more. QOOQ is pre-loaded with 1,000 recipes, videos and techniques.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

I like how they are very professional how to videos.
Recipe search is reasonable but a bit fiddly, and you can't filter for vegetarian or gluten-free dishes, for example.
Mr. T. Anderson
The screen will get froze and unable to exit, some programs are truncated and stop on and off.
Amelia E. de los Reyes

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

22 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Mr. T. Anderson on December 17, 2012
The QOOQ is two things: a tablet designed for the kitchen, and a collection of recipes many with video demonstrations.

The device itself is a Linux tablet with a capacitive touch screen and a design dedicated to one thing: sitting in the kitchen to show you recipes and perhaps play some background music. Short curly feet lift it from the surface in case of any spills, and you can wipe the screen clean.

On the right is a rubberised switch for on/off and volume, and on the left ports for audio, USB, wired Ethernet and SD card. The main reason for USB and SD card is so you can put music or photos on the device; you can even use it as a photo frame with a slideshow.

It feels solid and well made, though the ports on the left have a rubber cover that tends to come loose, making it more vulnerable to spills.

The operating system is a special version of Linux, not Android. It mainly just runs the recipe application, though there is a basic web browser with Flash support (though off by default) which you can use for tracking down non-QOOQ recipes on the web. There are also some simple apps such as notes, internet radio, music player and clock, which dock to the right of the screen.

The main thing here is the recipes. You get 1000 supplied, but over 3,500 are available if you subscribe or pay per recipe. These come from the QOOQ internet database and are downloaded on demand. Presentation of the recipes is excellent, with clear step by step instructions as well as ingredient list and information on cooking time. If a video is available, the steps link to the video, so tapping a step takes you to that point.

QOOQ comes from France and there is a strong French flavour to the selection.
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There are a few features that are a negative but for the most part this device is a winner.

First, although I have an iPad, laptop, desktop and Kindle...I am not comfortable using any of those in the kitchen. One accidental spill or splash and it would wind up being a very expensive meal. I have tried using some stands to get them out of the way of the countertop but usually just wound up printing our recipes...and having books of recipes that, let's face it, seem so old school in taking up space when everything can be accessed electronically now.

Enter the Qooq. (Pronounced "cook")
The water resistant tablet, made to be used in the kitchen.

With an attached stand, it is the ultimate cookbook.

I must say when I first began playing with it, before I'd set up my account, it was frustrating. You'd click on a video you wanted to see or a recipe you wanted to see and it would tell you you could buy it for X number of credits. Kind of a hot mess of a gadget at that point. But before I get to the subscription service, do know you can use this wonderfully without one. How? It connects to the internet. I use a site called Allrecipes almost daily to look up good ones and to record my own recipes. Because I am a chef but also a vegetarian, I make lots of changes to recipes so any site that had read-only recipes would be of no use to me. That site is only $40 per year and you get more recipes and if you want to subscribe to the site offered with the Qooq it is $10 per month. More than twice the price and fewer recipes. So, my advice would be to get this, but subscribe to Allrecipes and get there through here.

Another reason that's a good idea is that many of these recipes come from their original French site.
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15 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Jenny on November 20, 2012
Alright, so I was a little worried about spending so much money on something I could not try beforehand. Understanding a little French I read the reviews for this product on French websites as it has been out on the market over there for 3 years now. After reading all these critics I felt reassured...If the French said it was worth it, well OK, I wouldn't obviously listen but regarding cooking you could only trust them to be right :)

Well I just got it and am ohhh so pleased!!! It is so easy to use, I have not tried any of the recipes yet (will be this week) but the tutorials are awesome and extremely helpful. So now there is nothing left for me to do besides try out some of these nifty looking recipes.

Laurel, NY
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