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5 innovative home devices that have changed everyday life

Innovation has become so tightly integrated into our lives that it has erased the boundary between our lives and our daily routines. In this article, we will analyze the most successful and interesting gadgets that have simplified our lives, saving us from routine. This rating is compiled by our team, we invite you to complete it and specify your any gadgets, without which it is difficult to imagine your home comfort.

Washbot – the world’s first washing machine with a built-in robot vacuum cleaner

Robot vacuum cleaners are no longer a surprise to anyone – these little inventions on wheels can be found everywhere and can be chosen to suit your tastes. But the progress goes further and now people do not want to occupy space with large docking stations. In this regard, the Chinese decided to build this docking station into a washing machine with a dryer function. The vacuum cleaner is charged under the washing machine. There the robot also cleans the garbage can and changes the water for wet cleaning. There is no need to refill the water manually as the washing machine is connected to the water supply by default. Dirty water after washing and dirty water after cleaning by the robot are drained together. WASHBOT is able to wash clothes with steam and also dry them at temperatures up to 42°C. The dimensions of the machine are unknown, except for the width – 61 cm.

The vacuum cleaner can clean a dwelling up to 200 square meters. The robot bypasses obstacles, trims hair coiled on mops, supports hot wet mopping of floors and vacuuming of carpets. Without human intervention, the robot can operate for exactly two months.

StanbyME Go 27-inch TV-in-a-case with up to 3 hours of battery life

Comfort is an important thing and now we do not notice how we want to spend time in nature with the same comfort as at home. In this case, the 27-inch StanbyME Go 27-inch TV-in-a-case with up to 3 hours of autonomy will come to the rescue. It is a 27-inch LCD TV with 1080p resolution, housed in a large suitcase with a built-in battery and four speakers with a total power of 20 watts. The new product supports AirPlay, screen mirroring compatible with iOS and Android devices, as well as Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and voice control.

LG’s idea is to make the TV the buyer’s companion on a picnic, family vacation or sporting event. The possibilities are limited only by the owner’s imagination and the StanbyME Go’s three-hour battery life. The display can be rotated, tilted and swiveled in landscape, portrait and tabletop orientations. The TV runs LG’s webOS software, so the buyer gets the standard familiar set of streaming apps. The TV can be controlled using the touchscreen, the included remote control, which has its own place in the case, or by voice.

The manufacturer claims that the StanbyME Go “TV-in-a-suitcase” complies with the Dolby Vision specification and is capable of playing virtualized Dolby Atmos surround sound. The value of peak brightness is not announced, but experts believe that it will be quite modest, given the claimed three-hour battery life. The TV is claimed to work outside in sunlight, but the battery will drain much faster.

In the absence of a signal source, StanbyME Go can offer eight ambient themes, such as “a cozy cracklin fireplace” or “a beach scene with the sound of crashing waves.”

TV by Nxtabl Team

Sometimes an idea comes out of the blue and needs to be implemented urgently. Guys from the Chinese startup Nxtabl Team have made a coffee table that turns into a 4K TV on Android. The table top has a 43-inch touch screen: you can run any application, and by turning it, you can watch movies and play consoles. There is HDMI and several USB, wireless charging for gadgets, as well as 8+128 GB of storage.

Sony’s portable “theater” sound system

Comfort at home is a must for relaxing, enjoying life, achieving results and a happy family life. I am sure that many people are ready to spend most of their time at home, but this requires constant improvement of the space around them. Sony has thought of the same thing and presented us with a portable audio system of the highest level. It is quite unusual and portable, with “movie theater” level sound. It can be carried from room to room or placed on a crib. The design is modular: it consists of a large speaker and two smaller ones – magnetically attached to the main one. If you want surround sound, you can arrange the speakers around you. Autonomy promises up to 30 hours, and a full charge will take 4.5 hours.

Audfly Focusound glass speaker

While the uniqueness of Sony’s speaker comes at the expense of its sound level and magnet mount, the Hong Kong-based startup has managed to accomplish the near-impossible – making a transparent speaker. It looks like a transparent display, but it doesn’t show anything. The device is based on technology that can be found in some premium TVs. Tiny vibration motors make the glass shake at a certain frequency, thus generating sound. The sound is directed in a certain direction, so it won’t disturb other people in the room. Hong Kong-based startup Audfly has developed an unusual glass speaker called Focusound. In appearance, it looks like a transparent display, but which does not show anything.

The device is based on technology that can be found in some premium TVs. Tiny vibration motors make the glass shake at a certain frequency, thus generating sound. This is directed in a certain direction, so it won’t disturb other people in the room. You can put something behind the glass, such as a family photo or a calendar, and stick reminder stickers on the front.

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