Apple HomeKit compatible gadgets were all the rage at CES

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How do big brands make a highly successful product even better? Add smart integration, of course. Apple HomeKit lets users manage and control all their smart home devices with ease.

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  • Where can I find more Apple HomeKit-compatible products? Check out our dedicated category here.

The world is getting smarter and smarter every year. It was just eight years ago that we were introduced to Siri by Apple, the first widespread smart voice assistant. Since then, we’ve been introduced to systems that aren’t only connected to the internet but systems that can connect to and control others.

Apple HomeKit is among the most popular as it integrates seamlessly with your already owned Apple devices and programs such as AirPlay. Rather than release all-new products, brands are having incredible success re-releasing their best designs with added integration. At CES 2019, we saw many familiar products as well as some new with a heavy focus on Apple HomeKit compatible gadgets.

Kohler Konnect Sensate Smart Kitchen Sink Faucet

The Sensate Smart Faucet dispenses accurate amounts of water and offers two spray options to simplify your daily kitchen tasks. This virtual kitchen assistant features voice-activation technology, making it compatible with Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant and Apple HomeKit.

Vizio P-Series Quantum X 4K HDR TV

This smart TV comes with Ultrabright 2900, providing 2,900 nits of peak brightness. Likewise, the P-Series Quantum X TV delivers impressively bright HDR highlights. In addition, the television also provides Quantum Color, which utilizes the latest form of quantum dot technology.

This smart TV comes with Ultrabright 2900, providing 2,900 nits of peak brightness. Likewise, the P-Series Quantum X TV delivers impressively bright HDR highlights. What makes it even smarter is the Apple HomeKit compatibility. Even when you’re not close to the remote, you can still access the TV’s features with your voice through the HomePod.

Vizio P-Series Quantum X 4K HDR TV

It provides 2,900 nits of peak brightness

Ikea Smart Window Blinds

Complete with an included remote and smartphone control, this device makes it easy for you to lower and raise the shades. The Smart Window Blinds also work with Alexa, Google Assistant, and HomeKit for convenient control.

Eve Smart LED Light Strip

Designed with Apple HomeKit in mind, these intelligent lights sync with Siri to give you exceptional voice control. With a simple command, you can get the exact lighting your environment needs. The Eve Light Strip is perfect for behind the TV, under your counters, or anywhere else you’d like to set the mood.

Eve Smart LED Light Strip

Enjoy exceptional voice control with Siri

Robin Telecom ProLine HomeKit Enabled Doorbell

This device allows you to get a good look at who’s in front of your door through the Apple Home app. Likewise, you can access the app through your iPhone or iPad to see exactly what your Robin ProLine Doorbell sees.

Robin Telecom ProLine HomeKit Enabled Doorbell

Answer your door from your Apple HomePod

Netatmo Smart Video Doorbell

This wireless system is complete with an intelligent camera to give you full access to your front door from anywhere. Compatible with Apple’s Homekit, the camera captures 160° in 1080p Full HD. Likewise, the wide-angle camera also sports HDR functionality. This means that it can intelligently respond to changes in light in real time.

Kwikset Premis Touchscreen Smart Lock

Designed to protect your home, this gadget allows you to unlock your door in three ways. Likewise, you can use voice commands via Siri and Apple HomeKit, use the iPhone app when you’re not at home, or enter a code. By using the Premis app, you can always have peace of mind knowing exactly who goes into your house.

TP-Link HS300 Kasa Smart Wi-Fi Power Strip

This device provides six smart outlets, allowing you to independently control each one. Likewise, the Kasa Smart Wi-Fi Power Strip comes with three built-in USB ports so you can easily charge multiple devices at the same time. Compatible with Alexa, Apple HomeKit, Microsoft Cortana, and Google Assistant, you can control your smart plug remotely by using just your voice.

TP-Link HS300 Kasa Smart Wi-Fi Power Strip

This device provides six smart outlets

U by Moen Smart Shower

These showers allow you to control them with your voice. You can easily start, stop and pause your shower with a simple command. Just ask Alexa or Siri and you’re ready to go. Additionally, the customizable shower technology and mobile app make it a must-have for your everyday life.

Do you think Apple HomeKit is here to stay? Share with us in the comments below.

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Madhurima Nag is the Head of Operations at Gadget Flow. She side-hustles as a digital marketing lecturer/speaker and loves to voice her opinion on marketing, crowdfunding and gadgets (of course!) in general.

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