5 Smart Techs To Add To your Home

There's no doubting that home technology has advanced significantly during the last ten years. You can get large TVs that don't weigh a lot or normally require strong individuals to lift, for example. You may also use such TVs to access the internet instead of a computer. You're probably reading this Tech Blog post because you think your home could use a makeover to make it Smarter. Making it a "smart" home is one approach to attain that goal. 

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Take a look at these cool ideas to help you get there:


Are you still utilizing an analog temperature dial on a wall to manually change the temperature in your home? If that's the case, you can also have smart HVAC controls fitted that allow you to control your system from anywhere in the world using your smartphone.

As you might expect, this is excellent news if you want to turn on your air conditioner while you're at work and return to an ice-cold home afterward. Alternatively, you might wish to tweak your HVAC controls while lying in bed.

Your smart controls could even tell you if your air conditioner needs to be repaired; in that instance, a 24-hour AC service provider can take care of any issues.


Lightbulbs that can be controlled via Bluetooth and a mobile application have been available for a few years. You may now take things to another level further by including such lightbulbs into a smart home automation system.

If your sensor recognizes that you are not at home, it can, for example, switch on certain lights at night to give the impression that someone is present. As you approach your garage or driveway, your wireless home automation system can fully illuminate it.

Digital Assistants

Digital assistants like Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant may be found in a variety of smart home items. When you purchase smart speakers, you get digital assistants that can do everything from play music to set a timer in the kitchen while cooking food.

Smart speakers' digital assistants can also communicate with other devices, such as a compatible smart TV. You'll soon learn that instead of using remote controllers or smartphone apps, you can just ask your digital assistant to perform specified activities.


Gaming has come a long way in a short amount of time. You only need to look at devices from Xbox, PlayStation, and Nintendo to see how far they have come. Online gaming has become an extremely popular pastime for many. If you enjoy gaming why not try some drifting games or games where you can play against your mates?

Better Home Security

Security camera systems are unquestionably effective visual deterrents that help to keep criminals away from your home and cars. You may already be aware that home security systems may perform "smart" functions such as recording video to the cloud, where you can see it online.

However, you may not be aware that today's smart home security systems include a variety of modern functions. They can, for example, send push alerts to your smartphone when particular events, like as motion sensors or alarm activation, occur.

Finally, they can include doorbell cameras, allowing you to see who is at your front door even when you are not at home.

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