Large appliance manufacturer Whirlpool introduced its $1,599 Smart All-In-One Care Washer and Dryer at CES last year (roughly £1,180 and AU$2,035 converted). Now it's adding official support for Alexa, Amazon's voice assistant, as well as the Apple Watch.
Hub maker and smart home platform Insteon is adding support for Google. With a voice command to your Google Home, Google Pixel or any other device equipped with Google Assistant, you can control your Insteon lights, switches, outlets, plugs and more.
Hunter's connected fans just completed the trifecta of major voice assistants. You could already control them with Apple's Siri and Amazon's Alexa. At CES, Hunter has just announced integration with Google's digital assistant (simply called Google Assistant).
Security camera startup Canary says its new View indoor home security camera borrows features from its inaugural $169 all-in-one device, but cuts the price to a more affordable $99 (roughly £75 and AU$125 converted). The View camera is available on Canary's site now and is expected to hit major retailers later this month.
Whirlpool announced a new partnership with thermostat maker Honeywell. Honeywell's line of smart thermostats will be integrated into a select number of smart Whirlpool appliances in 2018. Additionally, Whirlpool said this integration would eventually reach over two dozen appliances.
The Elmer Smart Shower plays your music in surround sound while you bathe. You can also control it with voice commands through Alexa. To top things off, it'll even spray essential oils on you if you want a more fragrant clean.
It looks like a small, bronze submarine, but the Sensio Air wants to be the silver bullet allergy sufferers need before they go outside. It's an allergen tracker that works with an app and sensors placed in various cities to learn what makes your allergies act up, and predict when you'll need to be on guard.
Hanwha Techwin America had two new security cameras on display, the N1 and N2. Both cameras offer local storage via microSD card slot, as well as optional cloud storage. Hanwha Techwin America says the two indoor cams will also work with the Amazon Echo Show starting this spring.
With multiple motion detectors inside of the fixture, the Aladin can light the way for anyone getting up in the middle of the night. If they should fall, the device can send their loved ones a notification telling them that they need help.
Cocoon Cam's Clarity baby monitor deviates from traditional security cameras. At $299, roughly £220/AU$380 converted, the Clarity monitor is priced to compete with the Owlet and Netgear's Arlo Baby. It will be available for sale in the second half of 2018.
The stylish looking Samsung VL5 speaker features a puck-like magnetic knob that works in a similar way to the Microsoft Surface Dial to control volume. The puck will stick to any magnetic surface and control the volume via a slick dial. The speaker will also feature Wi-Fi connectivity and be controlled with the SmartThings app.
D-Link's DCH-212KT Wire-free Full HD Indoor/Outdoor Camera Kit will be available in Q2 and cost $350 (roughly £260/AU$450 converted). For your money, you get two rechargeable-battery-powered indoor/outdoor cameras and a hub with local internal storage.
Alarm.com's newest thermostat wants to read your smart home's mind. The home security provider unveiled its a new, smarter thermostat with safeguards to detect home maintenance issues at the first sign of trouble.
Ecovacs has a new window cleaning robot, the Winbot X, that doesn't need a power cord to run. The robot's effective range and flexibility are enhanced as well since it doesn't need to be near a power outlet to function.
Somfy, maker of the Somfy One ($229.00 at Somfy) all-in-one security system, has a new outdoor camera. While the company has not yet released pricing information for its new outdoor cam, it is expected to be available starting in late 2018.
Samsung's Family Hub's grocery-tracking fridge cameras are getting an intelligence boost thanks to a new feature called Meal Planner. Enable it, and your refrigerator will recommend recipes based on your family's food preferences, allergies and, thanks to those cameras, the ingredients you have on hand.
Carrier has a new Wi-Fi air conditioner you can control straight from your phone. The model is also supposed to sense ambient humidity and make automatic adjustments for improved comfort. An integrated infrared sensor is there to sense motion, too, so it should even be able to tell when you're home or away.
Sony's Aibo robot dog is back -- and it's cuter than ever. The new Aibo has more personality, too. The Aibo senses its environs, and not just to avoid objects. The little doggie tries its darnedest to mimic the movement and activities of a real pooch.
Meet the Peloton Tread.This $3,995 contraption may look like a standard treadmill, but the Tread offers the signature immersive video training experience that helped Peloton's indoor cycling bikes become distinctive.
"Superman vision" sounds like a useful tool to have when monitoring a smart home. Vayyar claims its sensors have just that. By using radio waves and its 3D sensor, Vayyar can map where people are within a room. Since it's not relying on ordinary sight, it can even see through walls and smoke.
The Liftmaster 8500W garage door opener comes with Chamberlain MyQ's Wi-Fi smarts. It mounts to the side of the door in order to help free up space overhead, and includes a built-in deadbolt that automatically locks your garage whenever it's closed.
Ooma has a next-gen replacement for the original Butterfleye camera (also called Butterfleye). The first Butterfleye was supposed to be able to differentiate between people and pets, as well as pick up on sounds. This device should have the same abilities plus integration with Ooma's other devices.
Brinks has a new line of security-minded light fixtures called Brinks Home Security Array. They include a coach-style LED light is intended for front porches plus a dual-head security light is meant for yards and side areas.
The Titan AI Robot combines the functionalities of a smart speaker with a touchscreen -- similar to the Amazon Echo Show ($229.99 at Amazon.com). It seeks to stand out though with facial and speech recognition that supposedly help the device interpret your mood and respond accordingly.