Humans have been known to appreciate a bit of Ease in Life’s activities. Hence, the need for certain amazing tech developments which makes life easier and less burdensome.
Amazing Bluetooth brush
The teeth, one of the most significant parts of the human body seeks attention more than most. Fortunately, Oral-B has launched a Bluetooth-connected smart toothbrush to make dental hygiene a breeze.
The smart brush has sensors that can work out when you’re using poor brushing technique. It’ll even offer guidance on how to improve your scrubbing style. “Harder, faster, Go that Way, No, the other Way!”
What’s more, the toothbrush also has on-board memory, which lets it store up to 30 brushing sessions. This means you won’t – God forbid – lose sessions when not connected to the app.
There’s also a bunch of cleaning modes too – daily clean, deep clean, whitening, gum care, and sensitive – and it works with six different brush heads. If all that isn’t intimidating enough, it’s also got pressure sensors and an oscillating head.
With such a toothbrush and how crazy the world is for tech, who wouldn’t mind an Android or iOS enabled toothbrush?
Available on amazon.com at $39.97 for an average Oral B Bluetooth Brush and $61.05 for an Amazing Bluetooth Brush.
Smart toilet seat
Toilet seats are the thrones of modern man, ever ready to serve, even in your darkest, most shameful hours. It’s only fitting that it’s welcomed into the smart home fold.
Fortunately, Japan is on hand as usual to provide a suitably weird invention. The smart toilet seat in question is called the Lixil Satis G, and it’s as weird as you’d expect. A dedicated smartphone app can lift the toilet lid up and put it down again, flush, and let you control a – frankly ungodly – extending bidet feature.
You can also keep a diary of toilet use, and, for some unknown reason, play music through built-in speakers. What more would you want? Would you not rather have fun in the Toilet?
Amazing Musical bulbs
Since the time of Thomas, Alva Edison, Lights bulbs have not been a strange feature among humans. But, little enhances to Edison’s ideas would not be a Sin: What if, let’s say, your lightbulb could play music?
That’s exactly the question asked by the team behind LightFreq, the connected light bulb that doubles as a speaker.
The bulb can play music streamed over Bluetooth, works as an intercom, and can even sync with other bulbs for synchronised jam sessions.
You can also change the colour of the bulb, and set up some seriously 90s disco rave light-shows. Perfect for a party or an evening of Romance.