CES is naturally one of the best places to discover the latest technology, and this year’s event is not lacking on incredible smart home devices that can make people’s homes smarter, more comfortable, and safer.
Here are some interesting smart home devices at CES 2019
Lenovo Smart Clock
The Lenovo Smart Clock is a smart bedside display that is designed to show, not just the time, but information such as the traffic, weather, calendar appointments, and a video feed from a Google-connected smart camera. If a user is just not yet ready to bet out of bed, he or she can just smack the clock and it will go right into snooze mode.
Our new Smart Clock w/ the Google Assistant makes an attractive & useful addition to your nightstand. Just one “Hey Google” to set your alarm, listen to music, check your schedule, control your smart home & more. #LenovoCES #GoogleAssistant Learn More: https://t.co/8et3A1AyaV pic.twitter.com/vXs9F5yU1L — Lenovo (@lenovo) January 10, 2019
Google Assistant Interpreter Mode
Yes, Google’s 18,000-square-foot ride was a showstopper, but so is the Google Assistant’s Interpreter mode which can translate 27 different languages and say both parts of the conversation out loud instead of just flashing the translation on screen.
Those who want to try it can do so at CES 2019 at the concierge of Caesars Palace, at the Hyatt Regency in San Francisco, and at Dream Downtown in New York City.
What's new with the Google Assistant at #CES2019? A more connected home, staying safe on the road and a little help with travel and translation → https://t.co/9nFbXheRA9 #HeyGoogle pic.twitter.com/ltw8RMBtrc — Google (@Google) January 8, 2019
Mui Smart Display
The mui smart display is a smart hub for the home that is built with natural wood. One may send or receive messages through the device, check the weather, and access voicemail. It even has a Google Assistant whose responses can either be read or said aloud. It is said to be a hassle-free way of controlling other smart devices in the house, not to mention that it looks rather stylish even when not in use.
Basically, the idea behind mui is to create a relaxing and distraction-free digital environment that would encourage family members to spend time together. The company says it is their way of solving the issue of people always being on their smart phones.
Arlo Security System
As homes get smarter, it’s important to keep them safer, too. Arlo Security System removes the hassle of keeping track of home security devices, and integrates them into one system that includes cameras, lights, siren, remotes, sensors, and more.
Arlo Security System provides hassle-free home security that is easy to access and operate, without expensive installations and the hassle of incompatible devices.
Arlo is innovating home security by expanding its 2019 lineup with the Arlo Security System that features all-in-one multi-purpose sensor for window, door, motion, smoke alarm, carbon monoxide alarm, water leak detection & more. For more information visit: https://t.co/HriqJDY4aT pic.twitter.com/f6EkaT7yuw — Arlo Smart Home (@ArloSmartHome) January 8, 2019
Capstone Connected Home Smart Mirror
If a smart clock was not enough to keep you up with the schedule for the day, Capstone’s smart mirror may help you even while you're brushing your teeth. One may check the weather, plan a commute route, or access Google Assistant through the mirror, or even watch videos and access social media.