Other than labels, some other tip-offs that it's an induction cooker would be:
Tefal is aluminum (Tefal=Teflon+Aluminum). The induction effect requires ferromagnetic cookware, which means steel.
Induction units have a small internal cooking fan. Inside the induction "burner" is a large coil. The works that generate the coil field generates internal heat, and you can likely hear the fan, if you listen closely.
And, of course, the "burner" won't get hot. Only the surface of the steel pot will heat up, and it should heat very efficiently, more efficiently than conventional radiant burners.
"Kitchen duty is awarded only to those of manifest excellence..." - The Master, Dogen