10 cool smart-home gadgets
You can run your home remotely and might even save money with these new devices.
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I have a 1920s bungalow the carpenders then are smarter then carpenders today!
I think there are several good looking ideas here. I like the door locks. It would be handy, as an Orkin man comes to my house regularly to ensure I stay pest free. The last two times, I have had to reschedule because I worked too late.
The ball thing could be fun, Always looking for new family entertainment.
THE TEDDY BEAR. Way cute, but I don't believe it will be a good market for kids. This will be a better market for people looking for a gift for seniors. Gramma that doesn't text, but would LOVE hearing from her kids/grandkids more often. And we all know we don't call as much as we should. If this could be upgraded to send pictures, it would be much better though. I think there should be one at every bedside in every retirement/nursing/independant/assisted living facility in America.
Mine is not BUT if the Corp that makes these gadgets would like to use mine as a demonstration of wonder, please contact me!
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