"Smarter brings three new kitchen gadgets to Las Vegas"
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Smarter brings three new kitchen gadgets to Las Vegas
Hey, we're here at CES Unveils at the Smarter booth.
It's been one of the busier booths tonight.
It's a British start-up that is bringing new tech into the kitchen to help you smarten up your existing appliances.
The first products are these mats here, ranging from $80 to $100, they'll weigh whatever you put on top of them.
Just tell the app what it is, and it'll tell you when you're running low.
Number two is this Smarter detect center.
It'll listen to your kitchen, and you'll train it for the specific sounds of your oven finishing preheating, your toaster oven finishing toasting your bread, it'll send you notification when it hears those things, and let's you know from afar that things are ready to go.
Finally, you've got this Smarter fridge cam over Over here this is just what is sounds like a camera for your fridge.You'll stick it inside and be able to keep track of whats inside while you're out at the store.
You want to check your phone see whats inside your fridge if you need more milk you can do that with this device.
None of these cost more than a hundred dollars the idea is smarten up your kitchen for a few hundred dollars they're telling me they're going to work with kit moving forward We'll see what happens when they arrive this summer worldwide.
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