9 Innovative CES 2017 Smart Home Gadgets That We Tested

Robot Dancing CES 2017 ended with VR and, of course, an intelligent home device. Some products that claim to revolutionize the smart home are not so impressive. But when we covered the issue of smart houses at CES 2017, several big brands and brand-new companies took our eyes off them.

Sleep Number 360:

Sleep Number steals the show at CES 2017 with Bed Number 360 for intelligent home technology that warms your feet and tracks your dreams when it unfolds in the middle of nighttime settings. You will also have to do automatic snoring detection and raise the bed’s upper part to remove the snoring. The smart alarm feature will wake people up when they are a little asleep, so they don’t fall asleep.

The 360 ​​sleep numbers are very comfortable, and the adjustments are so comfortable that I could easily sleep through them. This is the “smartest” bed I’ve seen, and it will be interesting to see what the bed holds up to daily use.

Playbulb:

Playbulb makes intelligent home appliances such as Bluetooth bulbs, ball color exchange table lights, and other speakers. Their ultimate light is designed for kids, and we believe kids of all ages will love the shape of their favorite animals.

Playbulb is also a manufacturer of smart candles. It’s not new (they’re currently available on Amazon), and they’re a bit artificial; they stop when they blow it out like a normal candle. But we’re impressed by how simple and cool these little candles are, especially if you’re one of those crazy parents who doesn’t want a fire around your kids.

TP-Link:

One of the new devices that stands out is the Intelligent Wi-Fi Range Extender Plug. Smart plugs are nice, but the added functionality to meet the dead zone is a good value. They also announced a new router that can simultaneously communicate with up to 4 devices. This is important for an intelligent home where a few connected devices communicate simultaneously. It was also announced that the two cameras used their high-intelligence illumination.

Play-Doh Touch:

The fantasy came last year. Kids don’t need to use their imagination to fold their toys; they can do it using technology. Play-Douch allows Play-DOH objects to be scanned using the Cell application. After scanning, a 3D version of its object that can play is created. Objects can be taken to virtual worlds and even a unique personality for the design. Very impressive what they can get out of children’s toys. It was also a surprise that it would only be $40, and it was still available.

Consumption:

This is one of our smart home evags from CES 2017 to test. Simply show the remote control on the smart device and change the interface to control the device. At first, it looks like he directs it to use long-distance lighting or control the TV. But in reality, Seven works by mapping your living room with three ball sensors that know what it shows. It’s very precise and can slide left and right without showing them to change tools.

It seems very useful as it interacts with smart devices very fast. We also like that you can program multiple articles at home for special tasks. For example, the interface changes Uber’s order when it points to the door to consume.

Mural smart art:

The mural is one of those intelligent tools that you must understand. With a library stocked with 30,000 modern and classic works of art, it takes up its wall space as the work of art rotates for one hour per day. The screen is LCD and has a matte layer, which reduces glare and looks like a work of art until you make contact. He looks impressive and would be a perfect gift for the hipsters in his life.

Using simple friction movements, you can manually switch between different artworks. This application allows users to create a reproduction catalog and set up their mural painting in discovery mode.

Honeywell:

Honeywell shows off two new cameras at the CES 2017 Smart House stand: the letters C1 and C2. Song C1 is 720p and C2 is 1080p. Both have dual audio, 8GB of internal storage, night vision, and detection zones. What makes this security camera special is its storage. Honeywell representatives tell us that the camera continues to record and store it before uploading it to the cloud. This way, there is no difference in recording compared to the security room, which starts recording when motion is detected. The camera also works in a Song application, allowing you to control your thermostat songs and security cameras in one place.

Honeywell will offer 24 hours of free cloud storage, of which payment options will expand. The camera is equipped with a free microSD card.

SpinTales by TILT:

The rise, in reality, increases, especially with the popularity of Pokemon Go. Spin Stories has covered game mats and beds for kids who can interact using AR. Tales of the spins show nuts rising from a bed and a tiger jumping off the mat. It’s hard to imagine that kids (and adults) aren’t having fun with him. Unlike Pokemon Go, this application will not play with your child in front of strangers.

SpinTales by TILT
SpinTales by TILT

Samsung Family Hub 2.0:

Samsung appears in the kitchen with its kitchen as the center of your family. Now the refrigerator will recognize the sound, and you can get food from your refrigerator. You can also add things to two lists, a calendar, and a shopping list, and see the weather. Initially, everything people do with pen and paper in a refrigerator is now made up of its sound and screen.

Samsung Family Hub 2.0
Samsung Family Hub 2.0

The ultimate software has improved all family centers in the Samsung French Door family and their existing models. In summary, smart fridges will become more “normal” in 2017.

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