GE Doubles Down on Smart Appliances with New Kitchen Products

Wednesday, Oct 22 2014
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Nigel F. Maynard

Believing that grid-connected Smart appliances are the wave of the future, GE has introduced a new lineup of products that can be controlled with a mobile device.

“We’re expanding our line of connected appliances to make life easier while you’re on the go,” said product manager Jonathan Sprigler. “Consumers expect more things to be accessible through their phones, and GE is enabling them to have the control they want.”

The new range feature true European convection, a warming drawer, self-cleaning function, heavy-duty roller rack, an oven meat probe and tri-ring burners, among others.

The three new free-standing Profile Series gas and electric ranges are GE’s second cooking appliances that allow consumers to preheat, set the time and check cooking status using an app on their smartphone. To use the connected technology, owners just need to download the GE Brillion mobile app and enable remote control, the company explained.

“With the additional cooking appliance models, GE is making the connected kitchen a reality for busy consumers,” the company said.

GE’s other connected appliances are the Monogram French door wall oven, will be available in February 2015.

The Monogram French door wall oven can be controlled remotely from a smartphone and features convection technology, LED interior lighting and a 5-cubic ft.-capacity.


The free-standing Profile Series gas and electric ranges are GE’s second cooking appliances, following the wall oven, to allow consumers to preheat, set the time, and check cooking status using an app on their smartphone. 

The new GE Monogram French door wall oven boasts features fit for the pros but designed for the home. It offers 5 cubic ft. of capacity, true European convection and theater-style LED interior lighting, among others.


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