Hey, I am Megan Wollerton for Cnet appliances, here at Corky's New York office, and they have just unveiled this whole new thing they have got going on.
Unique, it is going to be a new micro factory in San Francisco where you can customize your own products, small batch.
Pick what you want and they'll send it to you right away.
First products that they're going to make available is Spotter Uniq, it's a fresh take on their Spotter products.
With this one you can configure the color, you can set the sensors you want to get the experience that is perfect for you.
So some examples are displayed here on the wall.
You can see there are a bunch of different color options.
So, some of the sensor examples are similar to the Spotter but it's also added some things like passive infrared so you can get alerts based on that, which is really cool.
But it also has temperature and motion, an accelerometer for motion sensing.
Can do light, it can do a ton of different things.
And, you can also program these buttons to trigger other Smart Home products in your house.
Spotter Unique is also going to work with Norm.
Which is the new anti-thermostat thermostat, that Quirky has unveiled today.
Thanks for watching, I'm Megan Wollerton, for cnet.com.
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