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IoT Products That Caught An Eye In The Country In Year 2020

IoT products stand for the Internet of Things products which are basically a part of home automation

Indians are slowly but steadily getting used to smart home devices and the tech companies have doubled their efforts to woo more users in the country, as millions stay at home owing to the Covid-19 pandemic. From smart home speakers to floor cleaning robots, the Internet of Things (IoT) product categories has increased significantly for the consumers.

Led by Amazon Echo devices, the shipments of smart home speakers are expected to cross 7.5 lakh units in India by the end of this year, which is an all-time high IoT product, according to the data provided by market research firm techARC.

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The top five IoT products that made headlines in the country this year are –

Apple HomePod Mini

The HomePod Mini is powered by the Apple S5 chip. It uses a full-range driver and a pair of force-canceling passive radiators that enable deep bass and high frequencies. The smart speaker features a three-microphone array.

The HomePod Mini comes with a new Intercom feature that lets members in a house connect with each other at home. With the feature, one person could send an Intercom message from one HomePod to another.

The Rs 9,900 device in white and space grey colors works effortlessly with iPhone to hand off the music, answer calls or deliver personalized listening suggestions — elevates the sound from Apple TV, plays music from a Mac, and much more.

Realme Smart Cam

Realme Smart Cam is a 360-degree home security camera. It also comes with an AI motion sensor which could sense motion in a room and alert the user. Furthermore, it comes with infrared night vision. It also supports a micro SD card for recording up to 128GB. The camera also supports a ‘Night Vision Mode’. It also boasts of motion detection, two-way voice, and real-time alerts.

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Realme Smart Cam. IANS

Originally unveiled at IFA 2020, Realme Smart Cam 360 was launched in India along with Realme N1 Sonic Electric Toothbrush and Realme 20,000mAh Power Bank 2 as a part of Realme’s IoT lineup.

Mi Robot Vacuum-Mop P

Xiaomi recently introduced the Mi Robot Vacuum-Mop P in India as the company further expands its Mi ecosystem product line-up.

Priced at Rs 24,999, the Mi Robot Vacuum-Mop P features a two-in-one sweeping and mopping function, Smart App Control, and an LDS (Laser Distance Sensor) Navigation System that smartly maps your home, among other things.

It has 12 different sensors to prevent the vacuum from falling down, colliding with obstacles, and finding the dock or stop functioning as soon as it is blocked.

Echo Dot (fourth-gen)

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Amazon Echo Dot (Forth-Gen). IANS

Amazon Echo Dot (fourth generation) is another Alexa-driven device that comes with the latest Artificial Intelligence (AI) advancements that makes Alexa more natural, conversational, and useful.

Echo Dot with a new spherical design produces crisp, full sound and powerful bass costing Rs 4,499 coming in two colors (Black and Blue).

Weighing 341.3 gram, the new Echo sounds significantly better owing to a 3.0-inch woofer, dual-firing tweeters, and Dolby processing that delivers stereo sound with clear highs, dynamic-mids, and deep bass. The smart speaker is compact but packs in a powerful 1.6-inch, front-firing speaker, producing crisp vocals and balanced bass for a full sound.

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Panasonic Smart Wi-Fi LED Bulb

In October 2020, Panasonic had launched a Wi-Fi enabled Smart LED Bulb that includes multi-color lighting options and automated scheduling functions. The Smart Wi-Fi LED Bulb has user data capabilities and could secure the user’s data on the cloud through its mobile application.

The new Smart Wi-Fi LED Bulb could be controlled through the Panasonic Smart Wi-Fi application which is available on Google Play Store and App Store. The bulb could also be connected and used via the voice commands feature from Google Assistant and Alexa. (IANS)

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