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The secret to making the best cheeseburger at your next cookout

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Fire up the grill with these sizzling burger gadgets

Summer is in full swing, although the perfect cheeseburger has no season. Sure, anyone can cook up some ground beef on the grill, but these cooking-inspired gadgets can help you grill the ultimate burger.

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1. Char-Broil SmartChef TRU Infrared Gas Grill

This $800 WiFi-enabled grill works with iOS and Android smartphones. With the mobile app you can check the internal temperature of this grill and the temperature of your food, find recipes and even receive alerts when your food is ready. You can also monitor the gas level so that when you are ready to cook, the grill is ready too.

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2. Weber iGrill3

For $100, the Weber iGrill 3 is an affordable way to grill your burger to juicy perfection. The smart thermometer works with phones running iOS 9 and Android 4.4 and above, while the grill itself can be programmed to alert you when your burger is ready to eat. Additionally, Weber is currently offering free shipping on any order over $50.

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3. Meat eater

A wireless smart thermometer that can run for more than 24 hours, the $69 Meater works via Bluetooth with iOS and Android devices. It can read temperatures up to 212 degrees Fahrenheit for meat and 527 degrees Fahrenheit in a stove. The wooden casing of the device even serves as a charger.

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4. Amazon Echo

No, Alexa can’t actually grill your burger. However, there are Alexa skills that can give you useful tips for cooking your own burger. The grill time and heat settings can tell you whether you should put your burger on indirect or direct heat, and at what temperature you should burn your coals. The Grill Master skill can recommend ideal grilling temperatures, while Grill Thermometer uses USDA guidelines.

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5. Grill bone

Barbecuing is fun, but cleaning up afterwards is not. Why not let a robot do it? Grillbot is a $100 swirling mass of brushes that scrubs your grill and can eradicate even the most stubborn grease masses. When you’re done grilling, place the Grillbot in, press a button and presto. The Grillbot comes in different colors and with its own case.

This article originally appeared on GearBrain and was syndicated by MediaFeed.

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