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    Do you use an electric kettle to make tea?  This cool new Kickstarter project that saves energy and looks sleek in a kitchen. It’s called Miito, and it describes itself as “the sustainable alternative to the electric kettle.” It’s already raised over $340,000—more than double its goal. You can also use it to warm up bowls of soup, glasses of milk, mugs of hot chocolate, whatever. Here’s how it works: Put your filled tea cup on the small induction patch on the “kettle,” which is entirely cool to the touch. Slip in an induction rod. The induction patch heats the rod, boiling the liquid from within.
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    Bruno is more than a can, it’s also a vacuum.  Bruno is integrated a vacuum system into its bottom, letting you sweep your crumbs, pet hairs, and other detritus right up to the can, walking over to the can, you just sweep it right up to Bruno, who’ll then suck it up. Sensors on the inside alert you when you need to change the collection bag, and it stores a bunch of empty bags so you don’t have to go around looking for new ones when it’s time to take the trash out. And of course, it is a trashcan, a motion sensing lid opens up for full hands-free operation.
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    The Pour-Over, from Poppy, is a smart coffee filter machine that not only grinds, filters and pours you a grade-A cup at the push of a button, but will also monitor your bean stocks and order refills direct to your door. While not yet officially on the market, you can visit the Poppy website and join their mailing list to be updated as soon as it’s available.
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    It's called the PancakeBot. This device combines an electric griddle and a patent-pending batter dispensing system to effectively "print" out pancakes virtually in any shape you can imagine. The process is fairly straightforward: use the included software to trace/create a design, transfer that image file from your computer to the machine via an SD card, and then just wait until its time to flip your edible masterpiece. PancakeBot's has already more than doubled its $50,000 crowd-funding goal. The device is expected to retail for $300 when it ships this July.
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    It kind of looks like a George Foreman grill, but that’s where the similarities end. See, the Cinder is a smart countertop grill. For one, it features a host of sensors that keep track of the heat generated by the non-stick cooking surfaces to within a quarter of a degree Fahrenheit, up to its surface-searing maximum of 550F. This, along with complex control algorithms, allows it to automate the entire cooking process. You simply toss your steak in there (the device automatically measures its thickness), launch an app on your phone and point to how you’d like it cooked. Cinder does the rest. Even better, it gives you an estimate to how long it’ll be before it’s ready so you don’t even have to stick around as it does its thing. Oh, and if you’re not ready when the timer runs out? No problem, Cinder can hold the steak at the perfect temperature for up to two hours! It’s the convenience of sous-vide cooking, with none of the bagging, water-soaking annoyances.  The company is taking pre-orders now for $500 with delivery in 2016!
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    Luna announced their Smart Mattress Cover, which is a smart cover that includes built-in sensors and controled using your smartphone. The sensors allow for separate temperature zones for you and your partner, sleep tracking data  and integrate with your smart home. It also has monitors and evaluates your sleep quality and cycles. It even has a built-in smart alarm wakes you at the right moment of light sleep, so you can say goodbye to groggy mornings. Watch the video of it after more.
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    The Popcorn Monsoon by Jolene Carlier which is a little appliance for making popcorn, and more fun. The conceptual device uses hot air to get the kernels popped, which is healthier than oil. And then the popped corn gets pushed up this bent plastic tube and falls into an awaiting bowl. Kids can watch as the snack gets made, and they may look forward to eating it despite it being bland as heck.
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    The Somabar robotic bartender project is currently over on the Kickstarter crowd funding website and was looking to raise $50,000 in pledges to make the jump from concept to production. However the project has already passed $100,000 in fund in just it first few days. Its creators explain :
    When you press that button on the app, your SOMABAR will take the ingredients from scratch, infuse bitters (if you are in the mood) and dynamically mix them in precise quantities using positive displacement pumps before pouring out your craft cocktail in less than 5 seconds.
    The mixing comes from a combination of fluid dynamics, kinetic energy, and turbulence created by static vanes. What that means is fewer moving parts to maintain, as well as fast and perfectly mixed cocktails. Our on-board software and sensors make it easy to make new recipes and manage your inventory (liquid gold).”
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    This is a new Mr. Coffee smart coffee($143) maker by Belkin. This Wifi-Enabled machine uses WeMo App on your smartphone controlled coffee machine enables you to schedule, monitor, and modify your brew whenever you like and from any place. This coffeemaker also features a optimal brew technology(brews coffee faster in under 7 minutes and heats up water to the ideal brewing temperature to optimize flavor from the grounds.)
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    With built-in wireless standards for WiFi, Zigbee, and Bluetooth, the Wink Relay replaces a traditional light switch and brings a 4.3-inch touchscreen controller to allow you to connect all things that are Wink-compatible, including lights, smoke alarms, garage doors, locks, thermostats, blinds, and more. “There’s lots of times where controlling this from the app makes more sense, but there’s also lots of times when you’re at home where your phone’s in your purse, or you run out the door, or you’re in your bedroom,” McGovren, Wink’s head of marketing, says. “Sometimes it’s much easier to reach over and tap a light switch like you would normally do.”
    The Relay is quite pricey with pre-orders starting at $300 via Amazon.
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    The Philips Pasta Maker, a machine makes your pasta. Features:
    - Makes 1 lb. fresh pasta in 15 minutes or less.
    - Includes four discs for penne, fettuccine, spaghetti and lasagna.
    - Fully automatic operation from mixing to extruding.
    - Automatically senses when extrusion should start.
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    Aros is a a smart air conditioner, which connects to the cloud via Wi-Fi. It learns from this data over time to automatically maintain the perfect temperature and maximize savings for your home. Using the Wink app on your mobile device, you can monitor, program, and control Aros from anywhere. [ Available in pre-order via Amazon.]
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    The Hanaga Tap was created by a small design studio called ekoD. The Nose outlets basically just plug into your outlet and provide you with another outlet for the actual appliance or gadget that you want to power up. It’s available from the Japan Trend Shop for $35.
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    Vizio's new P-Series is bringing 4K TV to the market for just $1,000. The P-Series TVs are available in multiple screen sizes starting at $999.99 for the 50-inch model and going up to $2599.99 for the 70-inch model. The P-Series supports the HVEC codec for 4K content streaming and all P-Series TVs use the Vizio V6 6-core processor that features a quad core GPU along with a dual-core CPU. In addition to the 50-inch and 70-inch models, the P-Series also has 55-inch, 60-inch, and 65-inch models.
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    Samsung's 110-inch Ultra HDTV - the world's largest - goes on sale Monday. The TV is 8.5 feet (2.6m) wide and 5.9 feet (1.8m) tall. The basic edition costs 15 million Korean won ($142,000~) .
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    Ratio Eight , an eight-cup brewer with a cantilevered top and base made of aluminum with a nickel-plated finish, buttressed by sleek Oregon black walnut. Ration is a simple one-button design, with automatically programmed temperature, time, and water dispensing variables. It can make up to 40oz of brewed coffee, or as little as 16, with settings auto-adjusted based on the amount of water in Ratio’s tank. The brewer uses a magnet to detect if its custom carafe is in place; this carafe can fit Chemex paper or Able Kone metal filters, and will come with an attractive, distinctive cork base.
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    The Legrand Adorne Pop-Out Outlet lets you hide an outlet when not in use. When you're finished using them, simply push and they disappear back into the wall. [ Amazon link ]
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    th the WiFi connected iKettle($160), you can press a button on your smartphone and fire up a pot of boiling water across the house without setting one foot on the ground. But who helped me fill the iKettle with water? Setup is simple, and there’s an auto-shutoff protection in case you end up sleeping too long.
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    Strine's MaCool is a portable thermal insulator that keeps your cold drinks cold and your hot geek cred hot! It can hold up to 8 drink and ice comfortably.
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    Summer has come and it's time to replace your outdated fan with this cute bird figurine fan to have a cool summer. The metal fan is 14-Inch tall by 8-1/4-inch wide.
    UL Approved;
    3-Pedaled fan blade;
    30-watt copper-spun motor.
    Deco Breeze fans are an exceptional way of adding functional beauty and decor to any room; $22

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