LG has announced a new range of robots at this years Consumer Electronics Show and these robots are designed to perform a number of tasks.
One of the robots is designed to create a smarter home, the Hub Robot which comes with Amazon’s Alexa built in, there is also a robot to mow your lawn and a couple which are designed for airports.
LG’s eye-catching Hub Robot takes the concept of the smart home to the next level. By connecting to other smart appliances in the home, the Hub Robot uses Amazon Alexa’s voice recognition technology to complete household tasks such as turning on the air conditioner or changing a dryer cycle with simple verbal commands. The Hub Robot is equipped with an interactive display that can showcase a wide variety of information such as images of contents inside of the refrigerator and recipes, complete with step-by-step audio instructions. Additionally, the Hub Robot offers everyday consumer conveniences such as the ability to play music, set alarms, create reminder memos and provide weather and traffic updates.
The Hub Robot works best when placed in common areas of the house where family members tend to gather, such as the kitchen or the living room. To complement the Hub Robot, LG will also introduce mini robots that can be placed in other rooms in the house. Also equipped with a sleek visual display, these mini robots are extensions of the Hub Robot and can perform many of the same functions.
One of the Airport robots is designed to act as a guide, the other one is designed for industrial cleaning. All of these new robots are being shown off at CES and you can find out more information over at LG at the link below.
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