I received a non-stick electric wok for a wedding present 28 years ago and it's still going strong. I don't have enough storage space, or I'd get an electric griddle, too
I heat it to 400* on the dial and in a minute or so, pour in the oil, ginger and garlic, and sear the meat. Gets nice and brown. Remove to a plate, stir-fry veggies, add sauce, stir till thickened, add meat, stir till heated, done. I use the lid only for keeping the rest warm while we eat a first serving.
btw, SteamyKitchen.com's Jaden
recommends letting food sit in an American wok to brown, rather than stir-frying too much. Most home kitchens can't get the same temps as restaurants, so spreading it out and letting it sear gives better browning. Have fun!