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What's trending in smart home from CES 2020

What's trending in smart home from CES 2020
CES 2020, took place from January 7th to 10th, and again has gathered thousands of leading suppliers from all over the world to present the most innovative consumer electronic products. Smart home devices are always one of the most eye-catching segments at the show. More DIY home security cameras were launched onto the market, which has shown that customers tend not to be locked into a long-term service contract, but get used to paying monthly fees and canceling the service anytime. Cameras are also embedded in many home appliances, for example, in your kitchen to understand more about the food you bought. It can even assist you from cooking a recipe to ordering groceries online.
 
Some general product features were also seen in some of the new launches, such as hands-free design for intercoms, door locks, the faucet, and even the toilet. The WiFi 6 router has also been a big hit among CES exhibition goers, with higher speed and efficiency, compared to its previous version. Not many 5G products have been launched at the show yet, which also means this year we probably won’t see the explosive growth of 5G in some major countries.
 
Cybersecurity has also become more crucial to the IoT smart devices, compared to the past few years, which can be seen from some new cybersecurity solutions at CES. 
 
CES has shown that smart home devices continue to evolve regardless of the fragmented market status and the bottleneck impeding further growth.

To check more smart home launches at CES 2020, please go to our website.
 


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