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Zimplistic Announces Preorders for Rotimatic in the US

Units to Ship in 2015; Preorder Discount Price Is $599 With a Retail Price of $999

MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 06/26/14 -- Zimplistic, the creator of Rotimatic, the world's first robotic cooking technology, announced today that preorders are now open, with units to ship in 2015. Rotimatic's patented AI-based technology makes it easy for anyone to have fresh, low-calorie, low-carb and whole-wheat flatbreads in seconds. The exclusive preorder price is $599 with a retail price of $999. A 10% deposit is required at the time of preorder.

"Our goal with Rotimatic is to leverage cutting edge technology to simplify the way people cook at home," said Rishi Israni, Co-Founder and CEO of Zimplistic. "Using artificial intelligence and robotics, we've been able to streamline the cooking process to make it easy for anyone to eat healthy, and we're thrilled to open preorders for the US market."

The user simply has to fill up the wheat flour and water in individually designated compartments and Rotimatic automatically learns the correct ratio of ingredients simulating human judgement and mixes it together to deliver one hot and puffy Roti, or flatbread, per minute.

Roti is a low-calorie, low-carb, whole-wheat flatbread that originated in India. Rotis can be used to make wraps, pizzas, quesadillas, etc. for a healthy substitute to bread and other carb-rich foods. Roti is rich in fiber and vitamins/minerals, and has a low Glycemic-index rating of 45 -- nearly half that of white rice.

Key Features of the Rotimatic:

  • Customized options: One size certainly does not fit all. Choose the thickness, softness, amount of oil and type of flour on a digital LCD panel, so you know exactly what you're getting. Use any whole wheat flour of your choice: organic, multigrain, fortified, etc.

  • Healthy: Rotis are low-carb, whole-wheat, only 72 calories and rich in vitamins/minerals.

  • Quick: Rotimatic makes 1 Roti each minute, and can create perfectly sized dough balls for frying / baking in seconds.

  • Simple Cleaning: Rotimatic comes with detachable, dishwasher-safe components.

Preorder your Rotimatic before they sell out at www.rotimatic.com.

About Zimplistic

Zimplistic is disrupting the way in which we make food at home with the world's first robotic cooking technology, the Rotimatic. Rotimatic's patented AI-based technology makes it easy for anyone to have fresh, low calorie, low carb and whole wheat flatbreads in seconds. By simply adding in the flour of your choice and water in individually designated compartments, the Rotimatic dispenses the correct ratio of ingredients to deliver one hot, puffed Roti, or flatbread, per minute Using state-of-the-art technology, Rotimatic is creating the next generation of cooking with an easy-to-use device that promotes simple, healthy eating. Zimplistic has offices in Singapore and Mountain View, CA. For more information, visit www.rotimatic.com.

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