The new, pure white, illuminated hob from Ele? Trolux features induction technology for cooking. It uses electromagnetic fields to transfer energy into the pot, which then turns into heat. The heat is generated at the bottom of the pan, not by a heating element. In fact, this turns the pan itself into a hotplate, extracting a significant amount of radiant heat from the hob surface.
The design of the hob is unique. The idea is to be beautiful and fit into any crossover space, blurring the distinction between the kitchen and living area. The LED marker lights add drama to the use of the product. The surface of the hob is made of white patterned ceramic glass with user-friendly touch controls.
Electrolux Aurora is an example of how existing features (in this case induction cooking) are used and the design creates a unique product that strongly embodies the values of the Electrolux brand. The hob received an Australian design brand. Although the price of such a work of art is not very cheap. It will cost around $10,000.