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New & Improved Home Tech
29 Jan, 2019From a customisable fragrance diffuser to an intelligent kitchen hub, the year is shaping up to be a big one for home tech. Here are some of the newest gadgets headed to your home.
Samsung Family Hub Refrigerator
29 Jan, 2019The new refrigerator takes connected living to the next level, using AI and IoT capabilities to free up your kitchen time. It comes with a communal screen (Family Board) for interaction with family members, food management, and some connected home smarts. While Bixby allows for a hands-free usage of the refrigerator, family Hub’s ‘View Inside’ feature lets you check if you are low on any food item remotely from your smartphone. (Image: www.samsung.com)
Ring Door View Cam
29 Jan, 2019The most recent video doorbell from Ring is the smart security device that your house has been missing so far. Door View Cam features motion detection, two-way talk, 1080p HD video, a removable and rechargeable battery, door activity detection, and night vision, making it perfect for any home with a door viewer — especially apartments and smart homes. You can ask Alexa-enabled devices to “show me my front door” and be alerted when motion is detected by the cam in real time. (Image: www.ring.com)
Moodo Fragrance Diffuser
29 Jan, 2019It’s a fragrance diffuser for your smart home that allows you to customise scents according to your taste, mood and lifestyle. The system includes a fragrance dispenser, fragrance capsules, a dedicated app and WiFi connectivity or a smart home device. You can manually change the intensity of any capsule, use the app to create your own scent or ask Amazon’s Alexa to adjust the scents for you. (Image: www.moodo.co)
GE Smart Kitchen Hub
29 Jan, 2019GE recently unveiled a 27-inch voiceactivated ‘kitchen hub’ smart screen for above the stove that can walk you through recipes and make video calls. You can use the forward-facing cameras to interact with friends and the overhead camera to snap and upload your culinary masterpieces in social media. For entertainment, it provides access to popular apps, such as Netflix and Spotify. It has built-in Google Assistant and allows connectivity to other smart devices in your home. (Image: www.geappliances.com)