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The Chinese introduced the world’s first Internet-conditioner
The Chinese company Hisense , specializing in the production of all kinds of household appliances and electronics, together with a Chinese microblogging service Weibo (the local equivalent Twitter ) announced the world’s first air conditioner with a connection to the Internet. The device is intended for domestic use.
May seem a little strange that the manufacturer announces its new air conditioner in conjunction with social network. However, this is not strange, since the product is specifically designed to interface with your account Weibo. According to Hisense, Internet-connected air conditioner can not only send personal messages to friends on the social network, but also to monitor power consumption, temperature and humidity of the air in the conditioned space. All these parameters can be adjusted via an account in Weibo, using private messages. Mandatory requirement for the use of “smart” air conditioner is to add it to the list of their online friends.
HISENSE SMART AIR CONDITIONER
Hisense explains that the decision to release the air conditioning Internet plug it pushed the success of “smart” TVs and refrigerators. This product is part of the company’s initiative to establish a home “Internet of things”.
Information about price and availability on the market of “smart” air yet.
Earlier this year, Hisense has taken part in the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, where shown its revolutionary 3D-TV .
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Tags: Hisense , Home appliances , smart house .
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