11 Smart Home Devices You Didn’t Know Existed
Smart home devices are fundamentally changing the way we live our lives, turning our homes into tech wonderlands.
With connected appliances, the dream of controlling every single aspect of our homes with a virtual butler is fast becoming reality.
Aside from the usual suspects – smart TVs, smart bulbs, smart speakers, smart thermostats, smart door locks, etc., did you know that there’s a whole army of smart appliances out there, waiting to go “Maximum Overdrive” in your home?
You’ll be surprised by how many appliances are getting “smartified” nowadays. They may be wacky, weird or unnecessary, but some actually do make sense.
Here are 11 smart home devices that you didn’t know existed (but you’ll be glad that they do.)
- Smart Toilet
- Smart Pet Food Dispenser
- Smart Bed
- Smart Egg Tray
- Smart Toothbrush
- Smart Fork
- Smart Frying Pan
- Smart Toaster
- Smart Water Pitcher
- Smart Floss
- Smart Wine Dispenser
This information was originally published on June 16, 2018 By Francis Navarro, Komando.com. <Click here> to go to the original article on the Komando.com website and read all the details.
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