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5 Gifts To Make Your Home A Smart Home

Viomi Alpha (S9)
Viomi Alpha(S9) is a self vacuum cleaner that has an accurate control of spray and water use, avoiding leaking and water damage for quickly collection of the floating soil, dust, hair, debris, etc. on the ground. It is a robot vacuum that can empty itself and deliver a 30-day hands-free cleaning experience, which works seamlessly with the dust bin, swiftly absorbing dirt into the disposable dust bag. It offers up to 30 days of hands-free cleaning with auto dumping station that can carry 3L dust bag. Once the dust bag is full, the machine will give you a notification after which you can simply remove and throw away the disposable dust bag. In addition, the 2-in-1 Dust Box(300ml) and Water Tank (250ml) comes with an electric controlled water pump. The robot can sweep, vacuum, and mop together. The intelligent Y-type mopping integrates AI smart algorithms, which can simulate manual cleaning and two-way cleaning with higher cleaning coverage.

Amazon Echo
Amazon’s signature smart speaker saw a serious update this year. Between its new sphere-like design, top-notch sound and a smarter-than-ever Alexa voice assistant, the new Echo is easily worth the $100 price tag. As usual, Alexa can control your smart home gadgets, play music, listen for break-ins, call other Echo owners and plenty more. If you get a pair, you can also make them work together in stereo to make music sound even better, and if you get an Amazon streaming device, like a Fire TV Stick, you can use the Echo speakers for surround sound when you’re streaming the latest shows.
The new Echo brings other small-but-smart updates to the midrange speaker: a Zigbee receiver and Amazon Sidewalk Bridge. The Zigbee receiver means you can connect your voice assistant to more smart devices, such as light bulbs, without the assistance of an additional bridge device. And the Sidewalk Bridge will basically help extend the range of smart devices on your network.

August Smart Lock
August has long been one of the most compelling smart lock developers in the industry because of its clever retrofit design and solid engineering. But the newest version of August’s lock is smaller and smarter than ever before: It has Wi-Fi built into it rather than relying on a bridge device, its mechanics are smoother than ever before and it works with Alexa, Google Assistant and Siri. Although at $250 it’s a little pricier than some competitors, the new August Smart Lock won’t leave you disappointed.

Arlo Pro 3 Floodlight Camera
Arlo brings its best-in-class performance and feature set to an outdoor camera with super simple setup and a well-designed app. Although at $250 it’s a little pricier than some of the competition — especially our other favorite, the Wyze Cam — Arlo’s Floodlight Camera performs impressively. If you’re looking for a high quality security device for a reasonable price, you can’t do much better than Arlo.

Wyze Cam
Wyze raised eyebrows when its first $20 smart cam dropped a few years ago, and its third-gen version — which can be used outdoors or indoors — should frankly still raise eyebrows. This is an incredible deal for the smarts you get: free 14-day video storage, integration with Amazon and Google voice assistants, so you can throw video streams onto your smart displays and much more. And yes, that $20 price tag is still the same — but as before, you need to account for the $6 shipping cost, for a total landed pretax cost of $26.

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