Philips bears Internet appliances




Philips HomeCooker

Internet permeates our lives faster than we imagine. In addition to its first 4K TVs at IFA in Berlin, Philips showed a new household appliances using wireless communications. The company introduced the Wi-Fi-compliant air purifier with remote control over the Internet, “smart” coffee, baby monitors with support for mobile and multi-function cooking machine, which prepares meals for online recipes.

Internet of things is quickly becoming a reality, and Philips responds to changes. We are creating this reality – says the executive vice president of Philips Consumer Lifestyle Pieter Nota.

Pieter Nota

Among other connected devices presented at the IFA 2013, Philips announced:
Philips Smart Air Purifier


“Cleaning the air” with the support of Wi-Fi. The device is controlled from anywhere using a smartphone. You can check the purity and freshness of the air in your home before you leave from work. New product goes on sale next year, and the first time will be available only in China. However, the company does not deny the possibility of expanding the market due to the massive spread of filth-dread (fear of dirt).
Philips HomeCooker Next


Philips HomeCooker Next is a prototype of a multifunctional appliance for the automatic preparation of dishes using recipes from the Internet. Search for recipes makes a special application for the tablet. Download instructions Multicookings via Wi-Fi.
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A prototype of coffee accompanied by an application for a tablet.

Using this application you can find coffee recipes, and then connect to the brewer through Bluetooth, – explains the note.

The idea behind this concept is to give people a fun afternoon. Any of your guests can choose their favorite drink, whether it’s creamy cappuccino or a strong espresso. The car is tuned to the preferences of each of them – it will ask yourself the right amount, and the strength of the temperature of the drink.
Philips Avent Smart Baby Monitor Next


Wireless baby monitors available in the market for a long time, but this model has a significant advantage – support wireless 3G. This is particularly useful in places where there is no access point Wi-Fi. Special application allows you to control the camera monitors and lighting in the room via a smartphone.

According to Philips, cleaner air, and baby monitors go on sale in 2014. The other two units are at the stage of concepts and terms of production have not been determined.

Over time, will see more such devices. The company Electrolux, for example, holds an annual contest for the best concepts of intelligent home appliances .
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