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Six gadgets to have a smart home without giving up design

The latest technology has been breaking into homes for a long time to try to facilitate the user's daily tasks or make their home a more comfortable place.

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Six gadgets to have a smart home without giving up design

The latest technology has been breaking into homes for a long time to try to facilitate the user's daily tasks or make their home a more comfortable place. Some are new devices that need to be made room for in the home, and others are simply old acquaintances that are modernized and become smart, such as household appliances.

According to Statista's Technology Market Outlook, revenues in the smart home hardware segment would reach 9,590 million dollars in 2022 and 12,580 million in 2026. Faced with such a growing market, technology companies do not hesitate to bet on more and more devices connected for the home, but there are some that manage to do so respecting the design and style so that all this technology enters the home in harmony with the rest of the decoration.

Dyson is one of the technology firms that stands out for its design and the brand's air purifiers show how such an unharmonious element can become part of the living room or another room. In the face of winter, they also have models capable of eliminating dust and allergens from the room but also heating it, acting as a modern heater. It is controlled from the mobile or a remote control and is capable of covering up to 81 square meters. The Dyson Purifier Hot Cool Formaldehyde starts at 699 euros.

If what you are looking for is a purifier that goes completely unnoticed, the LG table capable of ventilating the air is the best option. The Korean firm showed this curious piece of furniture at the IFA fair in Berlin under the name of PuriCare Objet Collection Aero Furniture and, in addition to purifying the air, it is capable of eliminating bad odours. At the moment, they have not announced prices or availability.

The same company, LG, is also committed to self-cultivation at home. For those without a terrace or garden, the LG Tiiun is a stand-alone indoor gardening device for growing vegetables, herbs and even flowers in the comfort of home, all year round. Why not add a smart mini-garden to the living room?

For users looking for something more discreet, more and more technology firms are trying to launch devices that camouflage themselves at home. A good example of this is the Samsung TV, The Frame. This year, the Korean firm has updated its equipment to avoid reflections and to be able to choose the frame to suit the consumer, as if it were a painting. In this way, it is a television that when it is turned off acts as a work of art, being able to display the desired image on it. The new The Frame starts at 849 euros.

Ikea and Sonos have wanted to do something similar with their box speaker. Available in various designs to hang on the wall, what this frame actually hides is a powerful Wi-Fi speaker from the audio firm. This speaker has risen in price and can now be found at Ikea for 239 euros.

Another speaker that tries to hide itself, this time as if it were the spine of a book, is the Bang

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