The 7 Best Gadgets To Make Your Home Smarter

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Do you dream of owning a smart home? You might even have thought of having Jetson-like home where you get to enjoy computer-generated dinners and cars that drive on their own. If you have the exact picture in your mind, then I am sure you probably have even read some articles regarding such technology that could come straight from the futuristic cartoon.

Of course, as most advanced gadgets do, smart homes also come at a price. But, the good news is that with the advancement in the field of technology, there is a plethora of gadgets you can add to your home to make it smarter and above all, without breaking the bank. So, allow met to discuss 7 best gadgets to make your home smarter.

Sleep Number 360 SmartBed

Sleep Number 360 SmartBed is a revolutionary product from The House of Sleep Number. It does have the same feature from its predecessor where the bed automatically adjusts itself throughout the night to match both your sleeping patterns and movements. But, since it is a successor, the company has made it even more smarter.

Now, if you snore while sleeping, the bed will adjust itself to cut down the snoring. The bed also comes with foot warming technology, so while you are sleeping the bed will be warming your feet and will switch off once you are asleep.

Bonjour Personal Morning Assistant

If you are fed up with your same old alarm clock, then here is a brand new product by the name of Bonjour Personal Morning Assistant. Designed and manufactured by French company Holi, this smart clock is a must-have. The clock is made in a way that it can easily make adjustments as per wake-up times for particular conditions.

For instance, if there is a heavy traffic on the day you are having an important meeting or an interview, this alarm clock will wake you up earlier. Besides, being a smart alarm clock, it is also a smart home hub. It easily integrates with your home gadgets such as Philips Hue, WeMo and Nest.

Airmega Smart Air Purifier

Breathing fresh air nowadays is next to impossible, but if you have Airmega Smart Air Purifier at your home, you get to breath fresh air. With the help of built-in sensors, this gadget ensures you will be familiar with what is happening to the air in your house.

The gadget is capable of tracking pollution level in your house and will also notify about the changes and when the purifier should be ideally cleaned. With the help of built-in sensors, the purifier will send all the updates directly to your smartphone.

FridgeCam

Smartening up your conventional kitchen, London-based Smarter company has launched a small circular camera you can stick on the inner door of your refrigerator and it will monitor the food you are having in your refrigerator. One of the biggest advantages of this smart fridgecam is that you get to know what is there in your refrigerator even if you are not present there physically.

All this is done with the help of an app that lets you check while you are at the store. You will also be provided suggestions regarding how you can use the groceries before they become useless and above all, you are also suggested nearby grocery stores.

WooHoo Smart Assistant 


With an embedded 7-inch touch-screen hub, this is world’s first AI-embedded and interactive smart hub. Playing with the modern & advanced technology, it also comes with voice and face recognition. WooHoo comes with 3-D surround sound system and a 360-degree high-definition camera, and it easily gets connected to Nest and Echo.

With its natural language processing feature, you can even talk to WooHoo as if it is a human. So, whether you are asking the gadget to fetch the TV remote or switch off the light, the hub will easily understand what you will be saying in English.

Smart Remote

Presenting Smart Remote from the creators – Sevenhugs. This remote will empower you to control all your smart gadgets in your home, all you need is to point at the particular gadget. Smart Remote is well-suited with infrared, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth devices which gets easily detected via sensors no matter where they are lying in the house. Key features of the smart remote are as follows –

  • Lost & Found button.
  • Patent-pending and Control Technology
  • Custom scenes and light grouping.
  • Connect via Wi-Fi, Infrared, and Bluetooth.
  • High-Definition touch screen.

Caseta

Caseta, from Lutron, is a lighting control system that easily works with the existing lights in your home. Caseta comes with both app-based and physical controls, now this means you can conveniently use their lights even if you have kept your smartphone, tablet or Apple Watch in another room. With the help of app, you have the power to control shades, lights, and temperature from anywhere – your office, airport, or grocery store.

With the help of Lutron official app, you will also be able to schedule shades and lights to adjust on its own at a particular time of the day. So, if you want to turn off your outdoor lights at sunrise or turn on at sunset, it can be easily done with the help of the app.

Hi Mirror Smart Beauty Mirror

Having this smart mirror at your home will enable you to analyse and assess your skin conditions including – pores, wrinkles, spots, and dark circles. The best part of this gadget is that on the basis of these details, it even recommends customised skin routes that can help improve the blemishes.

Besides, assessing your skin, the smart mirror will also offer you skin progress comparison, skincare tips, and a personal routine process so that you get to make improvements in the problematic areas. The key features of this Smart Beauty Mirror are –

  • Five different environment settings.
  • An intelligent gadget that protects your privacy.
  • Easy set-up using QR code.
  • Simple and convenient to install.

Author Bio

Emma Brown is an extensive and experienced web-writer. I help people to have the most informative and appealing online presence. Content writing is my passion and scaling expectations is my basic motto, I live up to. I am a Mass Communication post graduate and written several article for sites like Fixithere and newspapers like The Telegraph.

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