One of my favorite appliances that I cannot do without is my rice cooker. I did a lot of research when I bought my rice cooker ten years ago. I looked at models ranging from $15 to almost $200. I ended up spending almost $200 on a fuzzy logic rice cooker and have never been sorry.
One factor you should consider when purchasing a rice cooker is size. If you don’t make a lot of rice you don’t need a big model. Keep in mind that one cup of uncooked rice yields about 1 1/2 cup of cooked rice.
Another factor to consider is the type of rice cooker you want. There are basic cookers that just turn on and off and electronic cookers that have more features. The electronic models are controlled by a micro-computer and have what is called fuzzy logic. No, they won’t create PDF files or even edit PDF files but they will cook your rice for you. The electronic cookers are very versatile – some can be scheduled, some can tell when the rice is done and some will keep rice warm after cooking.
If you cook rice a lot I highly recommend an electronic rice cooker with fuzzy logic.