11 Home Tech Products Doing Things You Won’t Believe
These incredible home tech products can make things so much simpler.
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Smart Home Devices
Smart home products continue to improve and take on more tasks. Check out some of these smart home tech products and what they can do for your home. These 100 smart home devices are also great for your house.
Pangolin: Cybersecurity Device
Smart home devices are all vulnerable to cyber attacks but the Pangolin cybersecurity device goes a long way to locking down those devices from attack. All you have to do with the Pangolin device is download the app, plug it into your router and set your preferences through the app. The Pangolin device will constantly scan your devices for threats and updates itself with threat information. It’s available in May 2020 if it reaches its funding goal.
Amazon Alexa Smart Oven
Cooking is getting even simpler with the Amazon Alexa Smart Oven because it has a scan to cook feature where you can scan a barcode on a food package and the oven will know how long to cook it. The Amazon Alexa Smart Oven also has an air fryer option and a food warmer to serve all your cooking needs. Thinking about a slow cooker, pressure cooker, Dutch oven or an Instant Pot? Find out which is best for you.
Breville Hand Mixer
Breville has introduced an intuitive hand mixer that will automatically adjust its power and speed based on what you need it to do. The mixer has silicone tips so you don’t have to worry about it beating up your mixing bowls or any annoying sounds. It even comes with a digital timer so you know exactly how long you need to mix items. These are 6 surprising facts you likely didn’t know about KitchenAid mixers.
IKEA Table Lamp with Sonos Wi-Fi speaker
IKEA is great at developing items that have multiple purposes and this table lamp is another example. It combines a lamp with Sonos Wi-Fi speaker and clears up any potential clutter a Wi-Fi speaker might bring. If you love IKEA products, you’ll enjoy these 12 clever IKEA hacks.
Everyone knows the other side of the pillow is the coolest but what would it be like if you could keep cool under the blankets? The bFan has an answer for that with its air cooling bed fan. It will take away the hot air and replace it with cool air under your sheets. Know the difference between bed bugs and dust mites.
Safera Sense Smart Cooking Monitor
If you’ve ever temporarily forgotten something on the stove you know how big of a mess it can be, so Safera has introduced a device that will monitor your cooking for you. Place the sensor above your stove top and it will monitor the air quality and will let you know if your cooking has become unsafe. These products might look a little goofy but they’re really great in the kitchen.
VonShef Electric Smokeless Grill
Indoor grills were all the rage before people realized they weren’t all that great. VonShef has another take on the indoor grill. The grill stays smokeless because its built with an internal fan and you’ll be able to keep all the flavor of your meats. Here’s the difference between gas and charcoal grills and why people are so devoted to their choice.
LUMENA USB Bottle Desktop Humidifier
Humidifiers are bulky, cumbersome items in a home but this USB bottle humidifier is a great alternative. Not only is a humidifier but it is also a LED mood lamp. It’s great for the home or the office. If you don’t have a humidifier, this little trick can create the same effect.
This product is a startup in search of funding still but the concept is pretty cool. The mirror connects to Wi-Fi and you can get weather alerts, sports alerts and calendar alerts first thing in the morning so you don’t forget anything before your day starts. It has open-source software, which means you can cater it to your specific needs. Discover more smart home technology for the bathroom with Kohler’s set up.