6 Best Smart Home Technology 2015
How would you like to come home with a voice-controlled oven in your kitchen, a Bluetooth-connected flowerpot in your dining space, a smart TV in your living room, and an app controlled-heating and cooling system in your master's bedroom? It would sound like The Jetsons, right? Well, if you are one techie family who's pretty much updated about everything then you certainly would want these six best (latest) gadgets for your home right this instant:
Through facial recognition, this amazing device is actually a camera that can recognize who's home. It will send notifications to your phone once someone enters your door. It will also broadcast a live footage. The recorded video and the identification data are stored in an SD card.
Nope, not kidding. It is really a Bluetooth-connected flowerpot that will automatically water the plants for you. It can hold water for three months and can even measure temperature, fertilizer, ambient light, and soil moisture. Now, bring all the plants inside your home!
Dacor Dual-Range Oven
For those who love to cook (and eat), this oven would be heaven for you! The latest line of Dacor's dual-range ovens have built-in tablets so you can give out commands such as "cancel the left oven" or "start bake on the right oven at 200 degrees". Voice-controlled, you can pause and set timers, toggle lights, and exit voice control.
Ecovent Heating and Cooling System
CES 2015's Automation Device of the Year, this must-have system will allow you to manage the temperature of your rooms individually through a series of vents and sensors that don't need rewiring. The vents will detect the climate in every room and will then adjust the airflow accordingly. What makes it way cooler is that it is controlled with an app.
Samsung S9W SUHD
Of course, a techie home wouldn't be complete without the latest television. The Samsung S9W SUHD boasts a staggering 82" curved TV that will absolutely make your movie marathons and tv-binging way more fun.
Thanks to Siri, you can now easily control your appliances through this switch which is plugged into a power socket.