Best Gadgets For A Smart Home

The technology advancement has crept in almost every day to day life, making it much better and trendy enough to use. Therefore, if all the devices can be tweaked to be latest in the market, why can’t our homes be that way? So here are some of the best gadgets for your Smart home which is sure to make it the easiest place to live in.

IKEA Home Smart

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If you think a Smart home set up is expensive, here is a solution for you from IKEA. It is UK’s first range of furniture with in-built wireless charging technology which will launch anytime now. This is a good alternative for those who do not want to buy another gadget to make things simpler and the offered range includes table, work lamps, bedside tables and charging pads.

Belkin Wemo

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Here is something which gives you look at the future, Belkin’s WeMo ecosystem allows you to connect systems on a standard basis. It can switch on light bulbs, includes a motion detector, energy-saving switch and starts off a Crock-Pot slow cooker too. This device can connect with any low voltage outlet at home.

August Smart Locks

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August Smart Locks have taken the safety to a whole different level enabling remote access to home and combining it with other gadgets. It allows you to remotely check if your door is locked, you can let in guests from wherever you are at home.

This system is of great use when you need to have a property for rental. The pre-assigned “key” can be used to gain entry where you the owner of the plot need not be present there for letting them in and out.

Samsung Smart Home

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Samsung’s Smart home version offers device control, home view and customer service right from your Smartphone. This app-based function includes mobile devices, curved UHDTV with most of the audio visual accessories. The best part is that the smart TV controls thermostat, laundry and a vacuum cleaner too.

Microsoft Kinect

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One of the most popular and advanced gaming experience which involves motion and gesture controls would be the Microsoft Kinect. The device is exciting to play with and involves voluntary movement of your muscles.

Catfi

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Speaking of Smart Home, here’s something for the pets too. CatFi is one of the best cat feeders around which uses the cat facial recognition technology. It allows the cat lovers to feed their pets individually with taking an observation on the cat’s appetite, thirst and weight. This Smartphone app keeps a record of monthly, weekly and daily history.

Picobrew Zymatic

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The Picobrew Zymatic cannot be completely called as the “Smart” gadget, but the researchers at Gartner identify it as an example for the future Smart gadget. This device is the world’s first all-grain, automated beer-brewing machine that takes the brewery out of the place and brings it out to the people’s hands for precision.

Picture courtesy – imgix.net, axis.life, samsung.com, nytimes.com, belkin.com and businessinsider.com

 


by techtalks @TechTalks June 10, 2016 4:28 AM UTC

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