We’ve all seen those creepy looking robots in movies or in television shows.
Now imagine they’re actually coming to life in your kitchen.
That’s the kind of thing you’d want your computer to be capable of.
For the next few years, you’ll be able to get a little robot to do your cooking.
A little bit of technology that was previously a hobbyist project, or a toy to try on for a bit of fun, will soon be available in your home.
This is the hydraulic press.
The press is a little robotic arm that comes with a digital display, and it will use a hydraulic press that can be programmed to press any number of ingredients.
For example, you could control it to cook your food using a button or a knob.
The thing is a bit like a conveyor belt, and when you want to cook something, it will lift up from the bottom of the conveyor and start to pull up the ingredients.
When you press the button, the robot lifts the items up to the top of the belt and lifts them off the conveyer.
This robot can be set to cook a variety of things, including chicken, steak, eggs, fish, and more.
It also has a touchscreen display, allowing you to control it remotely from anywhere.
The pressure cooker can also be programmed with different cooking methods, including boiling, grilling, roasting, roiling, and broiling.
You can even set it to automatically cook eggs.
These are just some of the features that the hydraulic pressure cooker offers, but you can control it with your smartphone.
This pressure cooker will be a bit pricey, but it is one of the first things you’ll see at the local hardware store.
The hydraulic press is already available for a limited time.
The device will cost $199, and Amazon has a $99 pre-order offer up for grabs.
It’ll be available from August 20 through August 28.