The kitchen is the best place for technology. No matter if you're searching and storing new recipes, or watching videos to perfect your pie crust, technology is a must-have in the kitchen. Check out this round-up of genius tools you have to try.
Adorne Under-Cabinet Lighting System. Legrand reveals an interesting product that integrates lighting and mobile devices. Customizable with modular LED puck or linear lights, the system offers power outlets, USB ports, a Bluetooth music system, and mobile charging cradles. Its configuration is easy to update by popping out any module and replacing it with a new insert. A low-profile track is available in three lengths and plugs into an existing outlet or can be installed with in-wall wiring to eliminate all outlets from the backsplash. Pricing from $10.
Xperia Z2 Tablet. This tough tablet from Sony is so kitchen-ready you can run it under water to rinse it or completely submerge the thing for up to 30 minutes. It includes an iGrill wireless digital thermometer! $499.99.
Evernote Food. A favorite paperwork-organizing app for Android or Apple now takes our food love and gives it a shot of uniformity and organization. In this handsome app you can collect your recipes, share your favorite home-cooked meals, discover new restaurants, and save recipes from across the web in a single platform -- essentially designing your own personalized cookbook, just like grandma used to do, but cooler. FREE.
LaunchPort. Slip your iPad into a special sleeve and mount it magnetically to the wall or countertop where it'll charge (sans cords) and be easier to read recipes. $199.
Cocktail Flow. This app for Windows or Android platforms presents cocktail recipes in a great visual style -- the perfect accompaniment for your next dinner party (or just to treat yourself). You can search by ingredient or color, look up similar recipes to a drink you've enjoyed, log the contents of your liquor cabinet for suggestions, and more. Free.