Every January the who's who of the technology world come together from around the world to Las Vegas for the CES show. We've taken our favourite 6 new pieces of "home" technology a put together a list for you below - go and check it out!
Cujo provides commercial-level systems protection (firewalls, product monitoring, data analysis) without the commercial-level expertise required to implement such protection. With more and more smart technology entering the home - its nice to see that it can be well protected without being a tech expert.
FENOTEK'S SMART DOORBELL
French startup Fenotek has launched at new wireless and GSM-enabled video doorbell, dubbed "Hi)."
This smart doorbell can recognize familiar faces with a real-time app notification that allows homeowners to confirm identities. Just as importantly, the device detects strangers approaching the house and notifies the user through Fenotek's companion iOS and Android apps.
SEVENHUG'S SMART REMOTE
Nothing too exciting about another remote but using Sevenhug's Smart Remote, users can control all their smart devices in their homes by merely by pointing at them!
ZERA FOOD RECYCLER
The Whirlpool's Zera Food Recycler makes making your own fertilizer not only easy, but efficient. For urban gardeners or folks who just want to reduce the amount of waste they send to local landfills, the fertilizer-making device is one-button simple, turning food scraps into fertilizer in about a week.
LG OLED W-SERIES
I know what you're thinking - not another TV... but at just 2.6 millimeters thick (that's about as thick as a credit card!) across its entire body, it's the slimmest TV going. It's not quite paper-thin, but it's pretty darn close. Best of all they didn't sacrafice substance for style - its picture quality is better than the previous year, and the TV also supports more HDR standards and comes with a Dolby Atmos-enabled soundbar.
SAMSUNG FLEXWASH & FLEXDRY
It's a side-by-side front-load washer and dryer pair but asides from a mirade of features on these new machines - what really sets them apart is but both units have a smaller washer or dryer incorporated into the top of the machine, top-load-style.
This was just too darn cute not to include. The diminutive bot by Mayfield Robotics looks straight out of a cartoon, with its big blinking eyes and sounds like something out of Star Wars. Kuri can follow you around, taking video, telling stories, monitoring the home and greeting guests. It also has more personality than many others robots.
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