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Our Favorite Smart Home Tech from CES 2022

Every year, top tech brands show off their latest and greatest innovations at the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES). This year, we were amazed to see a lot of technological advances for the smart home. Here are some of our favorites from CES 2022.

Automatic Smart Home Solutions

Homeowners have always been working to better optimize their homes to be smarter and more functional. But after being locked down and quarantined in our homes for the better part of the past two years, home optimization has become a more serious consideration. Waay presented a smart door that can open and close through a variety of means. From the motion of a swiping hand to voice activation, you will never have to touch your door again.

In other automatic news, LycheeThings presented Smart Slydr, which also adds smart home accessibility to your doors and windows. Although not readily available to the public yet, visitors were able to experience the convenience of hands-free automatic windows.

Easy Cleaning

Many of us already have cleaning robots in our homes, such as the Roomba or the iRobot. But now, we’re envying the Roborock S7 MaxV Ultra — a combination vacuum-mop machine that knows when it should choose to mop or vacuum. Even better, its dock will automatically empty the dustbin and clean the mop pad on its own. This $1,400 cleaning investment will be available for purchase later this year.

High Tech Entertainment

We’re always excited to see what new features are available on Samsung’s latest televisions. This year, Samsung showed off their upgraded Frame TV, now glare-free with a matte display to truly camouflage as an art piece on the wall when not in use. Samsung also showed off The Freestyle, a portable projector that can project up to a 100-inch screen on any surface.

Want something even more portable? TCL presented the NXTWEAR AIR. They look like a stylish pair of glasses but are actually a wearable screen that is both portable and comfortable for its user. These display glasses offer a blockbuster viewing experience from virtually anywhere.

Advanced Security Features

Long ago are the days when Kevin McCallister from Home Alone had to rig up his own shadow set up to ward off home burglars. Now, we have HomeShadows, a device that automatically turns your lights on and off when you’re not home. It can even generate shadows on your walls, windows, and curtains to simulate the presence of someone in your home.

Of course, these were just a few of the many innovative showcases from CES 2022. While some of these products (as well as others not mentioned above) are not necessarily available to the public yet, we are excited to see what consumers are drawn to once they are on the market. What were some of your favorite smart home products from CES this year?

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