Automated Appliances

A fridge isn’t necessarily just a place to keep things cold anymore, and an Insta-pot can be controlled from your phone. 

Your vacuum cleaning can be done after you have left home in the morning,

and your coffeepot can deliver a fresh cup of your favorite brew exactly when you walk into the kitchen in the morning.

As long as you can figure out how to program it to work the way you want,

almost any smart appliance can deliver enhanced performance and convenience.

Fridges:

Today’s fridges can do much, much more than just chill wine and keep veggies fresh.

A smart fridge has a scanner that allows you to scan items as you put them in the fridge. 

The fridge then keeps track of “best before” dates and tracks items as they are used up. 

Your fridge can then give you a list of items that need to be replaced.

There are also some handy features on your fridge’s control screen.

You can create schedules, get recipes off the internet, display family photos,

and be notified that a food is reaching its expiry date and should be used up. 

Some fridges can even read you a recipe while you do the cooking.

Automated Appliances Smart Cooking:

There are a lot Automated Appliances available.

Microwaves that you can talk to, toasters with touch screens, mugs that keep your coffee hot for hours,

coffeepots that brew a fresh pot of coffee when you send them a text message,

and automatic herb gardens that give your herbs optimal amounts of water and sunlight.

These days you can get a smart version of almost any kitchen appliance,

and once you have integrated it with the other aspects of your smart home it should work well.

It is important to realize, though, that smart gadgets need frequent updates and plenty of care and upkeep.

There are still plenty of people who prefer to do things themselves, and think that a little extra work is much better than trying to keep all the aspects of your smart home working together.