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Sungale NC820-R Kitchen Entertainment, Countertop Design, Hi-Fi Speakers, Radio Stations, Stream Videos, Movies, Music, Recipes, 8” Touch Panel

Item# 00811166000P | Model# NC820-R | Added on February 15, 2019 |
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Sungale NC820-R Kitchen Entertainment, Countertop Design, Hi-Fi Speakers, Radio Stations, Stream Videos, Movies, Music, Recipes, 8” Touch Panel
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The NC820 is a hi-tech multi-functional kitchen entertainment device. NC820 is a Plug-in-Play device, after Wi-Fi is connected, on the home page, you can see 10 big function buttons: Audio Book, Internet Radio, Music, Video, Photos, Social, Recipes, Cooking Sites, My Recipes, Utilities, each of them bring you the latest hi-tech entertainment. It is powered by Android, with the open operating platform, you can always add new features by download and install apps. The 2 big Hi-Fi speakers bring you clear and magnificent voice, it is a true music enjoyment to listen NC820’s Audio Book, Internet Radio and music programs. You can watch movies from Netflix (need your person account support), watch video from YouTube. Not only it has provided thousands recipes, but also you can store your personal recipes in various formats, even NC820 has directly listed the most popular cooking sites, you can easily find the dishes you want to refer.NC820 Features:-Two big stereo Hi-Fi speakers bring you music enjoyment-Three most popular Audio Books (Audible.com, audiobook.com, LoyalBooks) are available-Internet Radio iHeartRadio, Pandora, TuneIn available-No 1 Music player PI Music Player installed-Watch Movies from Netflix, and watch videos from YouTube-Display your personal stored photos and videos-Social Media Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest available-Thousands of easy online recipes and the most popular cooking sites-Store your personal recipes-Browser internet-Touchscreen ... read more
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