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TOP 5 connected devices for lazy people

The explosion of the connected devices market can sometimes be scary. However, for us who we prefer to fix our black screen being too lazy to pick up the remote control; for us the slackers of the 21st century, it is the advent of a new life.  Here is a top 5 of these which may well change our daily lives.

5 – Egg Minder


The “Egg Minder” is a smart egg box that allows you to remotely check the number of eggs have left you, while notice you the oldest. Once the object in your possession, you simply have to connect it to your Wi-Fi, download the application on your Smartphone and fill your box. This will let you know or not if you have to buy eggs when you forgot your shopping list. When the envy of omelet will take you, diodes will tell you which ones have been placed first in the box in order to eat them first.

Price : $49,99
Work on Android and IOS devices.
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4 – MamaRoo


What a joy to be parent, except when it comes to spend an hour to lull your crying baby. MamaRoo from 4moms will allow you to remain comfortably in your couch occupying this parental responsibility. This baby-basket will lull your baby itself following different modes of displacement built-in, manageable from your Smartphone. The MamaRoo also provides some sounds such as rain, wind or the sea, but also your own music.

Price : $239-$269

Work on Android and IOS devices.
Go to the official website

3 – GreenBox


The GreenBox is an automated and smart watering system for your garden. It allows you to remotely manage the irrigation for your plants and lawns with your Smartphone or your tablet. With the dedicated application you can set any watering schedule which will be saved on the cloud. It can also handle itself by choosing quantity of water to be distributed according to the local weather.

Price : $219
Work on IOS devices.

2 – Brightup


Brightup is a smart lightning system which allows you to manage the lightning of your home from your Smartphone or tablet, thanks to the electric outlets situated behind your lamps or appliances. The automatic system has many abilities. For example, you can set the application to decrease the light intensity when you turn the TV or hi-hi stereo on. It can also adjust the brightness depending on the time or the weather, waking you up by gradually increasing lightning, turn lights on when you enter in a room and turn off them when you exit, send you a lighting signal to remind you an important meeting… There’s even a security mode that randomly turn on the lamps of your home when you go on holidays in order to simulate your presence. Finished to asking you whether or not you have turn off the lights…

Price : $249 (Central unit + 3 electric outlets)

Work on IOS devices.
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1 – RING


We had all already dreamed of to control ours electronic devices through a simple magic wand. With the RING from Logbar, it is almost reality. This recognition of movement connected ring can send many signals to your smartphone by a simple sign of your finger. For example, a certain gesture will make understand your phone that you want to write a message, all you need is to do is drawing letters with fingers. By making a “W” for weather, your Smartphone will show you the weather. The principle will be the same to turn music on, change tracks, turn TV on… The RING received the award for innovation at the CES 2015 (Consumer Electronics Show).

Price : $149.99

Work on Android & IOS
Go to the official website

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