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[Visions Electronics] Panasonic Microcomputer Controlled Fuzzy Logic Rice Cooker $98 Free Shipping

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[Visions Electronics] Panasonic Microcomputer Controlled Fuzzy Logic Rice Cooker $98 Free Shipping

10 cups cooked/5 cups uncooked
11 Menu Program
Large LCD Panel

$170 at Walmart.ca and Amazon.ca
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Is this one better then the $80 Tiger 10 cup rice cooker from walmart?
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Fuzzy logic? I LOL'ed
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mhall1 wrote:
Sep 22nd, 2019 7:20 pm
Fuzzy logic? I LOL'ed
I don't know what the hell that means so it must be really advanced!!
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I have this one for about a year now. Paid $100 all in on clearance.

Its not bad but i just hate how if you leave the cooked rice in it on warm past 3hrs the rice slowly becomes dry. I think the warming temperature is too high on this model or at least on mine thus making the cooked rice dry and yellow past 3hrs mark.
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Yes, I also have this rice cooler and noticed that it turns my rice yellow after awhile. 3-4 hours..Still taste fine just looks weird.
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mhall1 wrote:
Sep 22nd, 2019 7:20 pm
Fuzzy logic? I LOL'ed
Thundercloud wrote:
Sep 22nd, 2019 10:07 pm
I don't know what the hell that means so it must be really advanced!!
I know it sounds funny but it's an actual thing. It has applications in programming, engineering etc etc lol
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Unresphek wrote:
Sep 22nd, 2019 11:10 pm
Its not bad but i just hate how if you leave the cooked rice in it on warm past 3hrs the rice slowly becomes dry. I think the warming temperature is too high on this model or at least on mine thus making the cooked rice dry and yellow past 3hrs mark.
kim88 wrote:
Sep 22nd, 2019 11:16 pm
Yes, I also have this rice cooler and noticed that it turns my rice yellow after awhile. 3-4 hours..Still taste fine just looks weird.
I believe its warming logic is fuzzy
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It's an attempt to make it adapt for idiots that can't measure.
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Unresphek wrote:
Sep 22nd, 2019 11:10 pm
I have this one for about a year now. Paid $100 all in on clearance.

Its not bad but i just hate how if you leave the cooked rice in it on warm past 3hrs the rice slowly becomes dry. I think the warming temperature is too high on this model or at least on mine thus making the cooked rice dry and yellow past 3hrs mark.
Are you Korean?
I know a Korean who keep the rice warm 24/7.
Why would anyone else leave the rich on keep warm for more than 3 hours?
Keeping food at high temperature for prolong period of time is bad.
Not to mention the amount of energy waste.
We worry about the energy wasted not because we care anything about saving the planet, but because of the money we pay for electricity.
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Leshaundon wrote:
Sep 23rd, 2019 6:57 am
I know it sounds funny but it's an actual thing. It has applications in programming, engineering etc etc lol
I know (I did my masters in machine learning). The funny part is why would you use fuzzy logic in a rice cooker? It's like they just picked a buzzword at random
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It is a really funny logic.
People try to add more function and complexity to devices that are simple and have 1 sole function so that they can charge arm and leg for it.
People will fall for it because it sounds like high tech and looks cool.
I still like the classic one button rice cooker that is simple to use and last forever.
I cannot think of any reason for me to pay 10 + time more money for function I don't need.
I am not against technology, but do we really need to make everything smart?
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