Samsung is revealing many new products in 2017. With the release of Samsung Galaxy S8 new smartphone to a range of smart home devices that seem futuristic this Korean electronic brand is going to be a great show this year in Australia.
According to news sources Samsung in an event in Singapore revealed many new products specially the household appliance that would be connected to the internet and benefit the Aussies right at their homes. At the time of writing though no specific release dates and pricing were known, but all the devices will arrive this year for sure
Here are the five things you can do with smart Samsung Appliances in 2017
1. Samsung smart fridge connected to Woolworths online
Now you can get your Samsung smart fridge to order groceries from Woolworths. Samsung is not the only company to make smart fridges, but in Australia it has a deal with Woolworths that allows its Family Hub 2.0 refrigerators to order groceries to be delivered from the supermarket giant. The company has yet not announced whether other online grocery suppliers, like Amazon PrimeFresh would also be considered for integration but it is certain for Samsung Smart Fridge.
2. Samsung Powerbot VR7000 robot vacuum cleaner to clean your house
Now if some guests are to arrive you can tell your robot to clean the house beforehand. You can have full control of Samsung’s new robot vacuum cleaner Powerbot VR7000 through a mobile app. This means that you could remotely instruct the robot to clean the house before guests are due to arrive. The vacuum also maps and memorises the layout of the home to optimise its route for future trips.
3. You can ask Samsung refrigerator what it offers you to eat
Samsung refrigerator now equipped with Family Hub 2.0 lets you ask your fridge what’s to eat Family Hub 2.0 smart refrigerators respond to voice commands. Rather than asking another human, who has to look it up on the internet anyway, you can just ask the fridge for the weather forecast, the current time or what’s coming up in your calendar. The software can also detect the contents of the fridge and recommend recipes according to the ingredients you have.
Family Hub 2.0 connects to other smart devices in the home too, meaning you can give verbal instructions to the robot vacuum, the air conditioner or your sound system.
4. Check on your loved ones with mCareWatch
Australian company mCareWatch has partnered with Samsung to customise the Gear S3 smartwatch for elderly users that are suffering from medical conditions. The watch relays back the wearer’s position and welfare to family members and carers, and allows the user to send out a “SOS” distress signal. The device can also detect if there is an emergency by detecting the wearer’s movements.
It features GPS, heart rate monitor, gyroscope, and LTE connectivity it can track wanderers, prompt medication schedules, identify if there is an emergency through monitoring movement and metrics
It can also read emails out loud through text to speech functions and provide aural and haptic prompts for directions to vision impaired users.
5. You can see what you have in your fridge from anywhere
As said earlier about Samsung Family Hub 2.0 in Samsung refrigerator you can also see what you have in your fridge with this Family Hub 2.0 and know the content in fridge. If you’ve ever been at the supermarket and wondered whether you needed any milk, you might find this useful. With a smart fridge, you can just look up on your phone what you have at home. Family Hub 2.0 features three cameras within the refrigerator that homeowners can use to peek in anytime, anywhere through a mobile app.
Besides these five amazing things that you can do with Samsung smart household appliances there is also one for the laundry as Samsung has designed a new 3-in-1 front loader washing machine that has two washing machines and a dryer, and a top loader with a built-in “sink” for preparing items for the wash.
Well, till you get hands on these wonderful products from Samsung it is just a wait that you can do.