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10 super gadgets for your high-tech home
Kohler's Numi toilet has a motion-activated seat and lid, deodorizing charcoal filter, multi-option bidet wand and air dryer, illuminated panels and foot warmer. And for the music lovers - built-in speakers play tunes via a (remote) docking station.
Personal weather station
Purify your air
The solar table
Take the fire with you
(CNN) -- There's a reason we flip through Skymall every time we board a flight, dog-earing catalogue pages with giant floating trampolines and vibrating bath mats.
We love novelty, and now we expect it from our gadgets, too.
We carry around a ton of digital capability in our smartphones, so now we demand the same intelligence from our homes. These 10 gadgets will optimize, simplify and beautify your home — that is, if you can afford the price tags. Yeesh.
What is your favorite tech device for the home? Share your go-to products in the comments below.
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