5 amazing tech gadgets you absolutely need for Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving Day is an annual traditional celebration in North America, specifically in the USA and Canada, which opens the holiday season that ends with Christmas and New Year. In Canada, Thanksgiving is celebrated on the 2nd Monday of October, while in the USA on the 4th Thursday of November – this is also the most well-known date for Thanksgiving worldwide. Thanksgiving has now become so popular that it is celebrated in various countries worldwide, with technology, of course, having its special role on this day. We reviewed 5 fantastic tech gadgets that will practically host Thanksgiving for you, which should be present in this year’s celebration preparations.

A smart sous chef

Smart devices now dominate our lives and could not be absent from Thanksgiving or your kitchen. A smart sous chef is a tech gadget that will help you prepare the food for that day without any hassle. This gadget can prepare perfectly cooked turkey for your holiday table, even if you don’t know how to cook. A top-rated smart sous chef is Mellow, which uses your Wi-Fi network to connect to the internet.

You can use this device via a mobile application and choose the meal you want to prepare by clicking on a box. It also keeps your food fresh while waiting for the right time to start cooking, so you have the freedom to enjoy your Thanksgiving Day and still have a great dinner when you get home. One thing that makes Mellow special is its AI and knowledge about food since this smart device can even make suggestions and learn to cook food to your taste.

Thanksgiving Gadgets
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A smart kitchen scale

Thanksgiving is all about preparing the perfect dinner for your family, friends, and loved ones. To do that so you will need a smart kitchen scale. You can choose the one that fits you best via Amazon or any other online store since smart kitchen scales are widespread and very popular nowadays. Typically, you can use a smart kitchen scale via a mobile application. The very interesting fact about this tech gadget is that it has high-tech sensors that help you calculate the right amount of food needed for each recipe with great precision. Using a smart scale, you can follow literally any thanksgiving recipe you find on the internet.

A portable speaker

Since you will have guests for dinner, a portable speaker should undoubtedly be part of your gathering. It is a particularly popular gadget, as it is light and easily transported. You or even your guests can use it to stream the music that will accompany your meal. You can find a wide range of portable speakers online and at very affordable prices. A wise choice would be to prefer a waterproof speaker, in case of accidents with the drinks on your table.

A portable mini smart projector

What better way to after a meal with relatives or friends than to relax together watching a movie or video of your shared memories? That is why a portable mini smart projector should be in your house for the special Thanksgiving Day. An affordable mini smart projector is usually connected to an Android or iOS mobile, and you can operate it with great ease. In the market, you can find such gadgets even with 4K resolution, which also have built-in speakers.

A smart ice maker

Finally, a smart ice maker should also be somewhere in your house for the perfect Thanksgiving celebration. With so many guests, you’re bound to need ice and no doubt this tech gadget puts you in complete control. Usually, you can operate such a device remotely with your mobile phone. See the amount of ice available and turn on the device via a mobile app so that it starts producing ice when you need it. So you will always have ice for the drinks accompanying your turkey on your holiday table.

Happy Thanksgiving!

George Mavridis is a freelance journalist and writer based in Greece. His work primarily covers tech, innovation, social media, digital communication, and politics. He graduated from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki with a BA in Journalism and Mass Communication. Also, he holds an MA in Media and Communication Studies from the Malmö University of Sweden and an MA in Digital Humanities from the Linnaeus University of Sweden.