202: Geeni Smart Home Products Debuts to Fit Every Budget
buy modafinil brisbane Merkury Innovations are designers of personal electronics and accessories that combine technology, aesthetics, and value. However, they recently debuted its new Geeni line of smart home products at the annual International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) at the Las Vegas Convention Center.
For the last few years, the IoT and the smart home conversation has centered around pricey gadgets for the high-end crowd—in part, because that’s where the money is, and in part, because that’s where innovation always begins. But by this month’s CES, it became clear that smart home gadgets are no longer for the rich only—with no better example than Geeni, the brand-new line of smart bulbs, cameras, and power solutions, all controlled through one unified, cloud-based app, and ranging from $19.99 to $89.99.
Geeni bulbs and plugs will also be Alexa-compatible, allowing voice control using Amazon Echo, with additional integrations forthcoming. I invited Sol Hedaya, Category Manager at Merkury Innovations onto the show to find out more.
Sol is a driven, enterprising, internationally minded thinker with the cheekiness to describe himself in the third person. He has exceptional business judgment and management skills which have resulted in success across a number of different industries and leadership roles.
Sol speaks 5 languages, has lived in China, and has extensive ties to Brazil. His RSS feed is a flood of information from the worlds of technology, business, finance, fitness, international politics, history, and science. He is a triathlete, a marathoner, and a geek, and a collector of trivia and cheap watches.