The Google Nest Hub Max is home tablet with a 10″ 720p screen. It can show you your calendar, messages, reminders and more. It’s compatible with Chromecast streaming and has a camera for video calls – don’t worry, you can turn off the latter with a flick of a switch.
Luke Roberts‘ Model F is a powerful and incredibly versatile lighting solution. It has over 300 RGB LEDs that allow it to shine light in all directions, in one or two spots, only below, or only above. You can use it as an alarm clock, save presets, and integrate it with Amazon Alexa.
Living Big in a Tiny House often features homes that were made with mobility and affordability in mind. But Marnie and Dan’s home came out of a desire to have a minimalist lifestyle. They made their new home in the backyard of their regular house, which they now rent out.
OGarden’s Smart indoor garden promises to be a low maintenance and relatively compact system. It holds up to 30 seedlings and up to 60 plants at once, ensuring a continuous harvest every 3 or 4 days. Its automatic watering system also warns you to low water levels.
The Kangaroo Motion Sensor is a no-frills home security solution. Just stick it to your wall or floor, connect it to your Wi-Fi network and you’re good to go. You’ll receive notifications via its app. It’s smart enough to ignore movement from pets, and only detects people.
Want to automate your lighting without replacing your existing bulbs with smart ones? Check out Orro. It’s a tiny computer in the form of a touchscreen light switch. It uses sensors to detect your presence and automatically adjust your lights, whether they’re dimmable or not.
With the Terra robot mower, iRobot aims to do for mowing lawns what its Roomba did for vacuuming homes. It uses standalone beacons and smart mapping technology to efficiently mow without the need for boundary wires or digging. It will be available in the USA soon.