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Homes 8 Smart Home Devices From CES 2019 That Prove We're Living In The Future

8 Smart Home Devices From CES 2019 That Prove We're Living In The Future

8 Smart Home Devices From CES 2019 That Prove We're Living In The Future
By Chloe Pek
January 17, 2019
CES 2019 is back to bring us the most imaginative and innovative creations in tech, and this year, smart home appliances and integrated living are the hot topics
Photo: Courtesy of Samsung
Photo: Courtesy of Samsung

1/8 Samsung

Samsung truly embraces the term “go big, or go home” at the CES this year, unveiling its massive 219-inch MicroLED television. The modular-concept screen made its CES debut last year at 146 inches, and the Korean tech giant has managed to expand on their innovation.

Customisable to any size with individual bezel-less panels, just add or move a module and the screen will adapt. With AI-upscaling technology and peak brightness of 2,000 nits each, the picture quality is simply stunning.

When not in use, the TV can act as a feature wall and art display, or simply blend into the wall. A dedicated tablets allows users to control the display and search for content, though Samsung’s new panels will come equipped with its Bixby assistant, and is also compatible with Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa.

Find out more and pre-order The Wall at samsung.com

Photo: Courtesy of Kohler
Photo: Courtesy of Kohler

2/8 Kohler

Touted by Kohler as the world’s smartest bathroom, Numi 2.0 is the intelligent toilet you never knew you needed. As if RGB ambient lighting, built-in surround sound speakers, and a PureWarmth toilet seat that warms up to your preferred temperature wasn’t enough, the bathroom comes equipped with Amazon Alexa—in case you need someone to talk to on the toilet.

You can also ask Alexa to play your favourite playlist, change the lighting, or update you on the news and weather. The cherry on top? Every member in the household can have their customised preset.

Find out more at kohler.com

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Photo: Courtesy of Ring
Photo: Courtesy of Ring

3/8 Ring Door View Camera

Ring’s fifth doorbell offering is your peephole, but better. A video doorbell that is easy to install and battery powered, it sits where your existing peephole is, so you can still see who’s at your door the good ol’ fashioned way. Tied up with something else? The wireless camera will transmit the video feed to your phone in full HD, and allow you to directly communicate with whoever is at your door.

For added security, the camera can also detect motion in your doorway, and comes with an impact sensor that will alert you if there are knocks or attempted forced entry, so your home is safe even if you are away.

Find out more at ring.com

 

4/8 LavvieBot Litter Box

Pet tech has been on the rise, so of course, there’s something to help pet owners with something we all dread—cleaning poo. The LavvieBot is a self cleaning litter box that bags your cat’s waste, refills the tray, and notifies you when the waste drawer is full, or if you are running low on cat litter.

The dedicated app also sends you notifications when your cat is using the LavvieBot, and keeps track of the frequency and length of each use so you can stay on top of your cat’s health. Have more than one cat? The bot can recognise Max from Tigger—if they weigh more than 680 grams apart.

Find out more at lavviebot.com

See also: 30 Of Hong Kong’s Most Pampered Pets

Photo: Courtesy of KitchenAid
Photo: Courtesy of KitchenAid

5/8 KitchenAid Smart Oven+

It may not be the first smart oven in the market, but the KitchenAid Smart Oven+ does so much more. On top of voice assistant integration with Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant—which appears to be a must-have for all smart home products in 2019—the oven can also be controlled using the KitchenAid app.

A 4.5-inch LCD touch-screen allows you to plan meals and check out recipes using the Yummly app, so don’t worry if you are new to cooking. Home cooks looking to expand their repertoire on the other hand can invest in the grill, steamer, and baking stone attachments to whip up something new with ease.

Find out more at kitchenaid.com

See also: 14 Best Cookbooks Of 2018

Photo: Courtesy of FoldiMate
Photo: Courtesy of FoldiMate

6/8 FoldiMate

Here’s one more thing a lot of us aren't a fan of—folding the laundry. Thankfully, googling the fastest and most efficient way to fold your clothes will soon be a thing of the past, because this robot will fold them for you in less than five minutes.

The concept debuted at CES 2018 last year, but now it is fully functioning and "will fold most types of shirts, blouses or pants from age 6 to adult size XXL”, as well as towels and pillowcases. The machine looks about the size of an office printer, and all you have to do is feed the clothing continuously as they magically transform into a neat stack of folded garments. 

Find out more at foldimate.com

Image: Courtesy of Daikin
Image: Courtesy of Daikin

7/8 Daikin One+

We know Daikin as one of the world’s largest air conditioning (HVAC) manufacturers, and the Japanese brand’s smart thermostat is about to change the game. Boasting a gorgeous touchscreen interface and a sleek dial, the One+ communicates with your air conditioning system so you can adjust the temperature, set automated schedules, activate energy-saving and also view air quality information.

There is also geo-fencing support, so your thermostat can switch between away and home mode when it senses no one home. Naturally, it also works with Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant, so you can literally speak to your air conditioner.

Find out more at daikinone.com

8/8 Lockly Secure Pro

Photo: Courtesy of Lockly
Photo: Courtesy of Lockly

Keys may still be the tried and tested way to secure your home, but Lockly’s Secure Pro offers added convenience, eliminating the time you normally take to dig through your pouch or pockets for keys. The smart lock offers five ways to access your door—via a physical key, a key pad,  a fingerprint scan, Lockly’s dedicated app, or with Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant voice commands.

What makes its key pad extra secure is that the OLED display generates groups of numbers in random positions, so no one can peek and memorise your passcode. For guests, you can set custom access codes and duration periods to easily manage entry into your home. And for those days when you need to be alone? Turn on the “do not disturb” mode so that entry is only possible with a physical key.

Find out more and pre-order the Secure Pro at lockly.com

See also: 5 Stunning Eco-Luxury Homes Around The World

(This article first appeared on sg.asiatatler.com)

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