8 Futuristic smart home gadgets that will blow your mind

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Given the current pace of change, some new products feel like old hat. But these futuristic smart home gadgets should impress even early adopters.

  • What is a smart home gadget? Any appliance or device in your home that uses connectivity and/or artificial intelligence to perform its role.
  • Are smart home gadgets expensive? Not necessarily. This roundup includes some affordable examples.
  • Where can I find more smart home gadgets? Check out our smart home collection for more inspiration!

Some of the tech we have today seemed impossible only five years ago. This rapid rate of advance is set to continue, meaning gadgets that look futuristic today will be on the shelves tomorrow.

We take pride in being at the cutting edge of new technology here at the Gadget Flow. To help you see what’s coming next, we’ve compiled this list of amazing futuristic smart home gadgets.

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Vimana parenting aid

Vimana Smart Parenting Device

The next generation will be more digital than ever before, so parents need to catch up. Vimana helps you monitor and control how long your kids spend online, while protecting their young eyes from mature content. (Price: $59 USD)

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Nanoleaf Aurora LED panels

Nanoleaf Aurora Smart Lighting Kits

It seems possible that regular light bulbs could soon become obsolete. In their place, we will probably use something like the Nanoleaf Aurora lighting kits. These beautiful LED panels stick to any surface, and you can control them via Wi-Fi. (Price: $229.99 USD)

MirraViz UltraBright MultiView Screen

Revealed at CES 2018, the MultiView Screen offers a unique viewing experience. It allows two people to see different pictures on the same screen without glasses. It’s also up to 200 times brighter than regular projector screens. (Price: $499 USD)

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Keen zoning system

Keen Home Zoning System

This incredible climate control system redirects air throughout your home to maintain a specific temperature in each room. Furthermore, you can schedule a change in temperature for different times of day. (Price: $39.99 USD)

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Tetra smart dishwasher

Tetra Connected Countertop Dishwasher

Ever seen a countertop dishwasher? Thought not. This connected device can clean around 10 plates in 10 minutes, making it ideal for small households. It also uses ohmic array technology to heat the water efficiently. (Price: $300 USD, arriving late 2018)

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Kohler Verdera mirror

Kohler Verdera Voice Lighted Smart Mirror

It makes sense to put technology in your bathroom. It’s the first place you visit in the morning, after all. This smart mirror lets you check your schedule and get traffic updates with Amazon Alexa. (Price: $1598.67 USD)

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Misty II intelligent robot

Misty II Advanced Personal Robot

While intelligent robots have a long way to go, Misty II is certainly impressive. This little bot acts as a roving search engine. In addition, she can greet guests and help you control other smart home devices. (Price: $1999 USD)

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Digital art display

Digital Art Display by Electronic Objects

Before long, canvas won’t be the only medium for art. These digital displays allow you to display images, GIFs and videos on your wall on a continuous loop. You can even download new art from other users. (Price: $522.74 USD)

Futuristic smart home gadgets

This roundup offers just a glimpse of the smart home tech we can expect in the coming years. We can’t wait to fill our homes with awesome gadgets!

Do you own any smart home gadgets? Tell us your favorites in the comments!

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Meet Mark Myerson

Mark is best known for writing about apps, but he also loves the tactile, hardware side of technology. Being a professional photographer, he's pretty handy with a camera, and he's a self-confessed tweetaholic.

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