THE LITL COMPUTER’S NEW RECIPE CHANNEL

Something different:

The “Litl” webbook is more like a TV than a computer. It has channels and a remote control; it’s close to maintenance-free. On the Litl, everything exists in the “cloud,” another term for the Internet. As long as you have wireless access, it connects automatically, and everything you do takes place there.

Unlike the new Apple iPad, the Litl has support for Adobe Flash, which is necessary if you want to watch videos or play games at sites like Hulu, Webkinz, ESPN, Miniclips, TVGorge and YouTube.  It has a 178-degree viewing angle, which is great if you do exercises on the floor while watching movies.

The latest Litl channel is an all-new recipe station for cooking, powered by BakeSpace.com. It brings 50,000 member-tested recipes into the kitchen.  Put the computer in “easel mode,” to make it even more TV-like. Sitting on the counter, the Litl can help with recipes, photos, music, videos, the news/weather, and an egg timer. It’s getting a “litl” hard to get; the $699 webbook is on backorder at litl.com.

2 Responses to “THE LITL COMPUTER’S NEW RECIPE CHANNEL”

  1. I can’t wait for this because we love to cook and we are using our litl as the kitchen family computer. It’s been a great tool to help us stay organized as a family. I blog on my experience using the litl web book at http://pragmaticmom.com.

    See Black Navigation Bar: Useful Products. It’s a link under that called “Loving My litl WebBook.”

    Pragmatic Mom

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