The Ecocapsule smart home is a self-sufficient, green tiny house. It’s designed for off-grid living; it harvests rainwater and electricity for your use. It also comes with a data network connection in case you need your daily dose of internet. With enough space for two people, this light and mobile house is a great home away from home.
Compared to the competition, Nest Protect 2.0 is by far the best smoke and carbon monoxide detector on the market today. Whether it’s activating the convenient in-app “silence” feature when needed or its full integration with other smart devices, Nest’s second-generation smoke detector comes with all of the bells and whistles.
With 70% of Americans struggling to fall asleep at least one night a week, health technology company Gravity has designed a revolutionary weighted blanket to help fight insomnia. The Gravity blanket has the dual effect of naturally reducing stress and increasing relaxation while you’re reading in bed, curled up on the couch, or simply relaxing with a cup of tea.
The Aurora Tiny Home by ZeroSquared is designed to be an easy to move and simple to live in portable house. It’s a smaller choice for people looking for an option less grand in the ever difficult to enter housing market. I’ve found a lot to talk about when it comes to this big yet small house. I think the best place to start is with some of the features of the Aurora tiny house.
I have never been someone who had time to care about ironing or folding my clothes. With how busy day-to-day life is it’s hard to make time for the little chores that are easy to ignore, and often times clothing goes from the drier right to being stuffed away. I know there are a lot of people out there who also work like this in their daily lives. That’s where a device like the FoldiMate tries to come in, trying to offer a way to simplify an already simple task and act as a time saver. Imagine clipping your dress shirt on a rack and having a machine spit it out professionally folded and scented in about 10 seconds.
The SmartPlate TopView claims to use revolutionary Food Recognition Technology to identify, analyze, and track everything you eat in a matter of seconds.
If you’re a seasoned home chef or simply have dreams of searing the perfect steak, it may be time to welcome an entirely new way of cooking into your kitchen. Introducing The Anova Precision Cooker – a standalone immersion circulator that uses the Sous Vide cooking style to prepare restaurant-quality dishes.
Withings, a company part of Nokia, is spot on when it claims that Thermo is “the world’s most advanced thermometer.” To label it as “just a thermometer” is taking away from its list of sophisticated features designed to keep a pulse on your family’s health. Whether it’s 16 infrared sensors providing highly accurate temperature measurement or its companion app recommending Ibuprofen dosage levels, Thermo is one of the most intuitive thermometers ever created…but I could see why some people would pass up on buying this.
Built to replace the outdated home intercom system, Nucleus is a 21st-century wall-mounted digital companion designed to connect family and friends whether they’re in the other room or across the globe. The Nucleus smart home intercom is the most sophisticated way to keep in touch with your inner circle.
With a company mission to “make your existing kitchen space Smart by connecting old appliances and bringing them into the connected world,” appliance maker Smarter created the iKettle 2.0. Estimated to shave approximately two days worth of time per year, the iKettle 2.0 is designed to remote brew from anywhere.