- Social media users have reacted to an emerging video of a kitchen that is automated in nature
- In the viral clip, the shelves in the kitchen appeared to work just by a mere touch of the hand
- Many feared the cost of maintaining it will be high, others thought it was a wonderful innovation
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A video of an automated kitchen has generated mixed reactions. The video which has now gone viral was shared on Linkedln by Anthony J.James, the chief executive officer of a consulting firm.
The clip which has been watched over 356k times showed a well-furnished kitchen whose shelves was operated on by a yet-to-be-identified personality.
In what comes as a surprise to viewers, the shelves opened on their own accord as the hand of the unknown person came in contact with them.
Legit.ng has compiled some reactions that trailed the video below:
P.Carson Dean reacted:
"Okay! I am on board Anthony! Having a new updated kitchen can be very pricey. I just have to make more money to get these automated luxuries.But I love entertaining the thought. Thanks for sharing!"
Andrey Basat opined:
"The storage innovations - hell YEAH! The mechanical ones - hell NO! Those things break and malfunction - you are in deep s**t and helluva trouble replacing/repairing them (not to mention the cost!)."
Bertha Karsten wrote:
"Gosh, what I would give for a kitchen like this!!"
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that mixed reactions trailed photos of a bedroom with a kitchen in it that goes for N1.5 million.
A Lagos house agent had taken to Twitter to announce the availability for rental, of what he tagged as lovely, serviced and furnished room self-contain with a 24-hour power supply for a whopping price of N1.5 million.
Sharing shots of the room, @Agent_DodoKunle said an additional payment of N600k is needed to be made to cover utility bills and power supply.
Victor Duru is a Legit.ng journalist with more than three years of working experience in the media industry. He holds a Bachelor's Degree in Management Studies from Imo State University, where he was a Students' Union Government Director of Information. Victor is a Human Interest Editor, Strategic Content Creator and a Google-certified Digital Marketer. Connect with him on Twitter @DuruCVictor2