In the Kitchen with my Intel Tablet!

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In the Kitchen with my Intel Tablet!

With so many kitchen apps and recipes online it makes perfect sense to use my new Intel Tablet for planning meals, organizing grocery lists, reading recipes and more. I now take advantage of the great features of this tablet everyday and can’t believe I ever went without using a tablet in the kitchen!   

Why I love My Intel Tablet In the Kitchen:

The Intel Tablet I received is the Toshiba Encore™ 2. The slim and lightweight design makes it perfect to use on my kitchen counter.  I find my laptop too large to fit on the counter and my phone screen too small to read recipes or watch videos; I definitely prefer using my tablet.  With it’s brilliant 10.1-inch display and ultrafast Wi-Fi®, thanks to the Intel® Atom™ processor, it is the ideal tool to use in the kitchen.  

In the Kitchen with my Intel Tablet!  Slim and Lightweight design.

I can clearly see my recipes and videos on the large and clear screen.  Loading videos and streaming them on this tablet is awesome and no wires needed with it’s Ultrafast Wi-Fi!  Also, the sound is brilliant with the onboard stereo speakers and Dolby® Digital Plus audio.  

The stereo speakers are also great for listening to music while I cook and clean.  I don’t know about you but I have to have my music on while I work.  Actually, the Toshiba Encore™ 2  came preloaded with Xbox® Music & Video so my music was ready to go right out of the box!  Other preloaded apps are Kindle® Reader (for cook books) and Skype™.  You can discover a variety of great apps for your tablet in the Windows Store.  Check out some of my favorite kitchen apps in the this picture below. 

In the Kitchen with my Intel Tablet!  Helpful Apps.

The built-in 1.2MP fixed-focus front webcam and 5MP auto-focus rear camera take amazing photos and video; whether I am making a video or taking photos of my yummy creations or my cute little kitchen helpers.  I can even share videos and photos to social media straight from my Toshiba Encore™ 2 tablet!

In the Kitchen with my Intel Tablet!  Taking pictures!

Other Great Features:

  • New Windows®, , easily synchronize and share content across your other Windows® devices.
  • One-year subscription to Office 365™ Personal.
  • Fast startup and extend battery life rating of up to 11 hours.
  • Built-in Micro USB 2.0 and a Micro HDMI® port 
  • Webcam Plus Camera.
  • Built-in storage plus a microSD™ card slot.


With so many great features I keep finding new ways to use my tablet in the kitchen!  If you are not utilizing your tablet in the kitchen I strongly encourage you to give it try.  If you do not own a tablet or need a new one, then I highly recommend checking out Intel Tablets.  They provide performance, security, and battery life in mobile, flexible, and reliable computing solutions for home life, education, healthcare, and business.


I would love to hear how you are using your tablet in the kitchen! Leave a comment below!




  1. I love using my tablet in the kitchen! It does make it so much easier than having a paper recipe getting dirty and wrinkled. I also love reading on mine!

  2. Looks like a great product.


    I’ve never owned one , But would Love to Would be Great way for me & my Disabled son to spend time cooking together he has Always Wanted one & Loves to Cook…

  4. Lisa Coomer Queen says:

    I just got a tablet. I’m gonna have to use it for this! Great post!

  5. Amber Ludwig says:

    I totally need a tablet and stand for my kitchen!! I love using recipes off pinterest but I totally have to print them because looking at my phone while trying to move the screen and ready ingredients makes me insane lol!!

  6. Julie Wood says:

    I have a tablet that i use in the kitchen, but I want a new one like yours because the screen is so big! I like how portable it is and how big the icons are!

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