A myriad of cooking apps have made the iPad an indispensable kitchen accessory for many of us. But raw ingredients and expensive electonics don't mix very well. So to keep your tablet free of floury fingerprints and greasy smears, swap your standard wooden spoon with this capacitive alternative.
On one end it's business as usual, letting you mix up pasta sauces and stews without scraping the bottom of a pot. But on the other you'll find a coated handle that can be recognized by touchscreens for scrolling ingredients lists or swiping through photos. For just $7 it sure beats taking a microfiber cloth to your tablet for 10 minutes after a baking free-for-all. [Umbra via Chip Chick]