Smarter Home Automation is part of Projector Reviews, Inc. This is all about helping people understand their options when it comes to putting the latest and greatest in the “new school,” Internet of Everything, home automation world.
Oledcomm has reinvented high-speed internet as we know it. WiFi signals are transmitted via waves that are more condensed than radio waves, but longer than microwaves, and the result is that we get to surf the web from our computers, smart phones, and tablets with ease. Oledcomm LiFiMAX is a reimagining of the way we get our internet – through waves of invisible light, which is a whole other side of the spectrum.
The Cemtrex Smart Desk is next level technology, taking a common workspace and transforming it into the desk of the future. We had the privilege of viewing a demonstration of this smart desk at the Pepcom Digital Experience on Monday night, the day before CES 2019 opened to the public. At this press-only event, we got to see the features of the Cemtrex Smart Desk in action, and were impressed with the technology.
Fan of smart gear, or home theaters, and love cool, free stuff? SmarterHomeAutomation.com and ProjectorReviews.com are partnering to launch their first of many giveaways of some really cool gadgets. We will have several of these giveaways per year, yet you need to enter only once. Let’s take a look at the smart home products you can win!
Last night, Nest Ecosystem users were transported back to the Dark Ages when access to the Nest app and web browsers went offline. In a world of increasing dependability on the internet, an outage like that meant confronting an inconvenient reality: what happens when a smart home goes dark.
Google Home is a smart personal assistant hub that gets more capable by the day, with more improvements being seen as time goes on. One such improvement is the addition of Routines, which replaces the My Day settings that Google Home users enjoyed since the smart speaker came out, with one caveat – the My Day settings couldn’t trigger several actions from a single command. This minor frustration has been remedied with Google Home Routines.
Google Home, one of the top personal assistant devices on the market, is seeing some sweet discounts in the United States and Canada. Google is pushing their Google Home Mini, an extender device for the Google Home to lengthen its reach through the home. Google Home in your kitchen? Get a Google Home Mini for the upstairs hall, bedroom, or your living room, so you can get all the benefits of the Google Assistant, no matter where you are in the house. Let’s see about those Google Home deals below!
Apple users rejoice! The original Apple Watch, once $349 for the 38mm version, $399 for the 42mm, you can now get this piece of tech for just $149 at Walmart. This limited time offer gives a 40% discount! That’s incredible savings when you consider the Apple Watch 1 is still going for just $100 below the original price on Apple’s website today, for $249 and $279.
It seems like everyone is making robots these days. Recently, the world was up in arms about the new door-opening dog robots from Boston Dynamics, while others are concerned about tiny, magnetic tumbling robots called MicroTUMS.
But the company that makes the cutest robots has to be South Korean tech giant LG Electronics. Even the names are adorable! There’s Jibo, Kuri, Hub and Mykie, to name a few. They’re part of the new line, called the LG CLOi service robots.
But as kawaii as these machines may seem, LG’s latest line of robots may take the jobs from servers and others who work in retail and service positions. The LG CLOi service robots were revealed at the international consumer electronics show, CES, in Las Vegas at the beginning of this year and they’re designed to be used commercially at airports, hotels, and even supermarkets.
With the delivery date of the Apple HomePod fast approaching, Siri users are eager for Apple’s addition to the smart personal assistant game. The long-awaited HomePod has been available for pre-order for nearly two weeks now, and will be delivering on Thursday, February 8, 2018, but the reviews coming in from other sources are less than raving in many ways. So, should you rush out and get the Apple HomePod or wait and see whether it’s worth the $349 ticket price? Let’s find out.