Smart home tech got even smarter at CES 2016. Samsung showed us its new connected refrigerator. The ice box’s coolest feature is its enormous touch panel, which lets you do everything from checking your daily schedule and the weather to playing music. You can even doodle on this thing, all while looking for your midnight snack.
LG also gave us a look at its Smart ThinQ smart home hub. The cylindrical gadget serves as the center of your connected home and provides you with updates on your various smart appliances; it can even tell you the weather, provide you with schedule reminders, and play music.
We also spent some time with EyeLock, a device that lets you open locks, such as a safe, with your iris. Check out the video above for more.
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- HTC and UnderArmor’s HealthBox is an All-in-One Fitness Tracking System
- HTC Debuts Improved Vive Pre VR Headset with Front-facing Camera
- What Is CES, Anyway? A Quick Guide for the Perplexed
- Samsung Goes After Microsoft, Apple With Win 10 Tablet and Laptops
- Toyota Spending $1 Billion to Develop AI-Driven Cars, Robots for the Home
- Ford Says It Will Have Self-Driving Cars and Smart-Home Integration by 2020
- 4 Big Trends at CES 2016: Cars, Wearables, Laptops, and Accessories for Everything
- Oculus Rift Will Cost $599 and Will Ship in March
- LG’s See-Through, Rollable OLED Screens: Here, But Not Cheap
- Meet CleverPet, the Electronic Game That’s Like ‘Simon’ For Dogs
- Chevy Debuts Bolt EV: Electric Car for the Rest of Us