These smart, connected appliances could soon change the way you cook, clean, and manage your home.
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The touchscreen on the Revolution R180 lets you choose your bread type and see how brown it will get.
The perfect toast
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The June Smart Oven can sense what food you put in it and set the ideal time and temperature automatically.
No More recipe books
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The LG Styler uses steam and vibrations to give your laundry a fresh feeling without needing to be washed.
Refresh your clothes
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Oral-B Genius toothbrushes use an app to track whether you've brushed correctly and for long enough.
Good oral hygiene
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LG has demonstrated an indoor vegetable cultivator, so you can eat fresh, healthy greens at any time.
Herbs and vegetables
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The Samsung Bot Chef concept might one day help automate complex tasks that require manual dexterity.
domestic help robots
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Using cameras, sensors, and the Internet, personal robots could help with home automation and security.
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The Juicero fruit and vegetable press was widely mocked for being over-engineered. Squeezing the packs by hand worked just as well, and the company shut down.
The One that failed
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