We live in a world that’s currently obsessed with hygiene and excellent health as it should be. We are wary of doorknobs, habituated with using the sanitizer after pressing elevator buttons, and more. But what good are clean hands and being particular if the very thing you eat is contaminated? A simple wash isn’t enough, and creating a unique bath with sanitizing agents every time is honestly more tedious than it should be. Realizing this, help has come from the most unexpected places- Asus PureGo PD100 and they have made it simple.
Asus has deviated from their regular affair of computers, video cards, and gaming accessories to make a kitchen debut with a food safety detection device. Following the device’s drop-in design, one submerges the device within the food container, and it automatically checks for pesticides and other contaminants. Fruit and veggie lovers can bump the PD100 to the water bath along with eatables enough to dip the 28-fin spiral filter. What follows is the status ring lighting up in green, indicating the food is good to eat, or orange or red showing additional cleaning is required.
Fruits and veggies are often covered in invisible bacteria and pesticides, and this device can already detect around 70 percent of the pesticides in use as of 2020 in the US. Asus PureGo PD100 is made of food-grade liquid silicone rubber measuring 4 x 3.85 x 1.85-inches with Bluetooth 5.0, capable of pairing with a companion app running on an iOS/Android handset. This ground-breaking detection device will last you well for six hours on a full charge before it needs to rest on the supplied wireless charging cradle. The PureGo PD100 is on sale in North America for $200.