LG has unveiled their first smart home hub – SmartThinQ ahead CES 2016. With the cylindrical device, LG is trying to control all your smart devices deployed in your house.
The SmartThinQ is an advanced and multifunctional smart home hub that shows off a portable, cylindrical design, so you can easily arrange the central hub anywhere in your house, and its modern design and two optional coatings allow it to blend well with your interior decoration.
The smart hub can be used as Bluetooth speaker to stream music from your smartphone and tablet. More importantly, using built-in WiFi, Bluetooth and Zigbee, the SmartThinQ is able to join in your local network and connect with your smart appliances, and a 3.5-inch color LCD displays all notifications from those connected appliances, whilst its tilted design makes the display easily readable. Of course, its built-in speaker also delivers you audio notifications.
In addition to working with their own smart appliances, LG’s SmartThinQ is also compatible with a number of devices that support the AllJoyn Alliance open source framework.
The LG SmartThinQ smart hub will make its debut at CES 2016 from January 6 to 9. If you’re interested, jump to LG for its more details. BTW, also don’t miss Amazon Echo and more related cool stuff by following tags.