What are smart homes? Simply put, smart homes are associated with a system that provisions centralised control of lighting, heating, ventilation & air-conditioning (HVAC) appliances, shades, AV systems, security locks of gates.
Usher in the age of home automation, and invest in these 7 smart home products right away.
Ping Camera by Vivint: This small device is creating waves for being the first two-way security camera. Not only can home owners remotely monitor what’s going on in their houses, they can also interact with the people at home (a useful feature for working parents). Other than video-chats, the device allows an at-home user to ping someone over the app.
BeoSound 35 by Bang & Olufsen: Home entertainment systems are getting sleeker and more powerful than ever before. This sleek soundbar features an OLED display and gives easy access to music and radio streaming services with Bluetooth, Spotify, Google Cast, and more.
W4 Hybrid Humidifier by Objecto: A limited edition wood collection of humidifiers by Objecto, looks good enough to be a part of your decor at home. These also come with aromatherapy capabilities, and a small matching remote!
Haiku L Series Fan: This new-age fan has a 52″ diameter, and is controlled by a wall panel that can detect when you’re in the room; and automatically sets itself to your preferred temperature.
Lyric Thermostat by Honeywell: This compact thermostat by Honeywell can be controlled via its phone app, and adjusts the atmosphere inside the home using its 500-foot geofencing feature, based on your needs and activity.
It Bed by Sleep Number: Sleep Number’s new economical model adjusts itself to your comfort, tracks your biometrics (heart rate, breathing, movement), and even gives recommendations for a more restful sleep.
4K OLED Smart TVs by LG: Plasma screens are in danger of becoming a relic thanks to these ultra-HD, slim OLED TVs.
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