Hands on with Sungale Cyberus ID801WT Kitchen Touchscreen

The Sungale Cyberus ID801WT was presented to us as a Digital Recipe Organizer which displays recipes stored locally and online, but it can do much more than that. We first wrote about it back in August and this week we got to see it hands on. Sungale was selling the ID801WT short, we found the recipe organizer to be more of an all-inclusive Kitchen Touchscreen. It has WiFi connectivity and can display news feeds, weather, stocks, Google FastFlip online newspaper, movies, music, e-books, and email. It can play media from a local SD card or from the internet. It has an 8-inch screen with a resolution of 800×600. The ID801WT looks like a bread box or a rolodex and the design complement a kitchen perfectly. There’s still no word on pricing or availability, but it seems like it will be very affordable.

From the Sungale Website:


  • Connect to any WI-FI network with minimum configuration
  • Check real time news in various topics and subjects
  • Check real time weather forecast by zip code
  • Check real time stock market quotes and news
  • Read Google FastFlip online news paper
  • Search traffic routes
  • Connect to your Picasa online album
  • Check and read your Google emails
  • Listen to hundreds of internet radios around the world
  • Built-in English dictionary
  • Take notes with notepad
  • 8” hi-resolution LCD screen
  • Play photos, music, movies and e-books in local memory
  • Touch screen for easy operation
  • SD/MMC card slot to extend local memory
  • USB connection to your PC for easy file transfers
  • Built-in speakers
  • Calendar / Clock


  • TFT LCD type: Digital
  • Screen dimension: 8inch (4:3)
  • Resolution: 800x600pixels
  • Photo File Formats: JPG, BMP, PNG, TIFF
  • Audio File Formats: WMA
  • Video File Formats: AVI, DIVX, XVID, DAT, WMV, 3GP, FLV
  • E-book File Formats: TXT, ePub, HTML
  • Memory Card supports: SD/MMC
  • USB connection: USB device
  • Power supply: AC 100—240V, DC 5V 2A

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  1. Look for products that are specifically designed to tackle the hard-to-organize items in a kitchen pantry. Choose racks to keep the lids to your pots and pans (and even plastic food storage containers) under control. Your lids will be easily accessible and won’t spill out each time you open the cabinet.

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