Wristband Turns Fingers Into Phone Receiver & Wemo Smart Home Hub In CES 2018

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Sgnl Wristband at CES 2018
Sgnl Wristband at CES 2018

This outstanding watch is a South Koren Startup which has been performed by innomdle Lab that was spun out of Samsung’s incubator. It is the first product which is ready to be launch with the name “SGNL: WHICH LETS YOU HEAR PHONE CALLS THROUGH YOUR FINGERS”. “Sgnl” when paired with a phone, can let the users hear callers by touching the finger to their ear, through which the vibrations travel down your wrist to your fingertip. It can fit pretty much any analog or smartwatch or worn by itself.

Sgnl Band To Make Calls With Your Wrist at CES 2018
Sgnl Band To Make Calls With Your Wrist at CES 2018

The device sports a fitness tracking and notification function. The quality of the audio is crystal clear and decent for the use and as per Innomdel. “Sgnl” is ready to be launched in this March 2018 so hurry up and grab them as soon as possible.

Wemo Smart Home Hub To Integrate With Apple’s Homekit

A new version of “Wemo” smart home hub is about to be launched which allows its connected home system to integrate with Apple’s HomeKit. This hub will cost around $40 and is going on sale today. Belkin is releasing this new version which has been earlier announced last year which came and went but nothing came up afterward. Belkin has already connected Wemo with Google Assistant and Amazon’s Alexa, therefore, users had other ways to control their gadgets who have bought other smart assistant systems.

Wemo HomeKit Enabled Device
Wemo HomeKit Enabled Device

Although Wemo connects to Alexa and Google Assistant still it is a nice addition since Wemo app is terrible and Apple’s HomeKit system is comparatively far easier to use but yes it is frustrating for the wemo users to pay for a new hub just to get this integration. This is a barred necessity for every user to pay for such hub as Apple requires all Homekit devices to have a proprietary chip inside them. In the same way, phillips also have to build and ship new hardware with its Hue system to maintain such issues.

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