Amidst all of the robot kittens, video gaming accessories, home surveillance systems and flying taxis debuting at the recent Consumer Electronics Show (CES), manufacturers featured a range of products specifically designed to strengthen the connection between smart home appliances and consumer lifestyle needs, including developments in the kitchen, personal care, wellness and cleaning categories.
Simplehuman is expanding its line of cosmetic mirrors with the addition of two new products that will be on display at the 2019 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
Two kitchen electrics items from KitchenAid and the WLabs brands will be among a host of new smart kitchen products to debut from Whirlpool at the 2019 Consumer Electronics Show.
Gourmia is launching a new assortment of kitchen electrics that feature connectivity to the company’s mobile kitchen app and are also compatible with the Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant platforms.
Stanley Black + Decker will debut a new wellness device at the 2019 Consumer Electronics Show that company officials said will help individuals with daily management of needed medications.
Seville Classics has launched the Airlift Tempered Glass Electric Standing Desk as an addition to its line of Airlift standing desk solutions.
In an effort to overcome current barriers to smart home adoption, Haier displayed complete, one-stop smart home solutions at CES in Las Vegas.
At CES Unveiled New York, held in Manhattan on November 9, the Consumer Technology Association (CTA) outlined holiday sales trends in the tech industry including those for smart home and connected health. The association also highlighted expectations for retail during the 2017 holiday season.