Mar 16, 2016
2016's most anticipated connected appliances for your home
1 Samsung Family Hub RefrigeratorSource: Samsung Credits: Style at Home
This summer, you’ll be able to replace that clunky old, energy-hogging refrigerator with the gorgeous new Samsung Family Hub. Finished in sleek stainless steel, it comes outfitted with a 21.5” screen on the front. Yes, a multi-purpose screen. Leave digital notes for family members, check daily calendars, listen to music (yes, there are speakers, too!), or keep up with your favourite show from a connected Samsung Smart TV. Cameras inside the appliance snap photos of the interior each time you close the door so the next time you’re grocery shopping you can access the images on your smartphone to see if you’re out of milk, or running low on yogurt. For more information click here.
2 iRobot Roomba 980 Robot VacuumSource: iRobot Credits: Style at Home
Put your feet up and let this robotic vacuum do the work for you. It will scoot across your floors, picking up dust and debris, sensing the room dimensions to conduct a thorough clean while avoiding stairs and objects in the way. Plus, you can control it remotely from your smartphone so the floors will be sparkling clean by the time you get home from work. iRobot Roomba 980 vacuum cleaning robot, iRobot, $899.99.
3 Samsung AddWash Washing MachineSource: Samsung Credits: Style at Home
Don’t you hate when you fill the washing machine and start a load, only to realize that you dropped a sock halfway down the stairs? Or, minutes later, you clumsily spill ketchup on your new, white blouse? This washing machine has a compartment that you can open up to add items into a load already in progress, without having to stop the cycle. Watch for it this spring. For more information click here.