Smart Appliances That You Can Talk To
CES 2017 has been one of the grandest events for tech-savvy as it introduces devices that would make life easier and simpler. However, few of the devices that stood out are the more advanced appliances that are real effective and efficient. Here's how they really look like.
Modern Appliances That Would Help People Achieve Things Faster
From washing machines to vacuum, there has been a great advancement in the field of appliances nowadays. Sources told that the home technologies already had a greater platform and a higher level of progress to date. With this, CES 2017 gave out a glimpse of how great smart appliances are.
The first device featured is Samsung's 4-in1 washer and dryer. The all-new appliance allows users to clean and dry four loads all at the same time. It is also controlled by an application that would let you do the laundry through your smartphone.
Each compartment is designated as to where delicate and robust items should be.
Next is LG's Instaview refrigerator. Yes, you heard it right. LG is partnering with Amazon's Alexa in making your kitchen experience better and easier. The said appliance is touchscreen and has already adapted Alexa's skills right away. Reports told that it also has collaboration with Amazon Music and Amazon Fresh, a grocery delivery service. To add future consumers' excitement, you could also see what's inside the appliance even without opening it. Just double tap the display and the fridge would easily go transparent.
Whirlpool Features An All-In-One Washer And Dryer
Lastly, CES 2017 also featured Whirlpool's washer and dryer combo. The said appliance would make your laundry time as swift as possible; giving more time for other tasks and chores. The said machine would automatically let the clothes dry right after the wash cycle ends. It also has a feature that would not let you lack on detergent.
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