Living

Making one’s home “smart” by networking all technical devices is not just a trend, but the future of living. Whether vacuum robots, Alexa controls or surveillance cameras with App controls: the devices are enjoying great popularity and offer more and more room for manoeuvre within your own four walls. Nowadays, living with technical finesse no longer means having to spend a lot of money. In our reviews and news articles about living, we always pay attention to a good price-performance ratio. When an article is published, we always determine the best price. We have all major manufacturers in our program and always keep you up to date.

Silicone dishwashing gloves right hand

There are many reasons to put off doing the dishes until they pile up in high towers in the kitchen. Not only is time a deciding factor, but shriveled hands and the tedious removal of dried food residue can be quite annoying. The Dishwashing Gloves start right there and are designed to make your tedious housework easier.

Switchbot Bot Scope of delivery

Smart Home has, in addition to energy savings, the advantage that everything can be controlled by cell phone or voice assistant like Alexa & Co. Now SwitchBot offers the SwitchBot Bot, which can be mounted on light switches coffee makers, etc. and can be controlled by cell phone.

Xiaomi Mi Nightlight 2 Use above

The first generation Xiaomi Mijia Nightlight is perhaps one of the more unexciting, but definitely one of the most useful Xiaomi gadgets. At least some of our editors have put it on a wall at home. Meanwhile there is already the second generation. With the Xiaomi Mijia Nightlight 2, you can be a bit more flexible.

Yeelight LED Lightstrip Pro

When it comes to smart lighting from China, Yeelight has always been the reference among hundreds of different non-name providers. For some time now, they have made the leap towards Germany, but also the USA, which has also changed the price level. Now they are launching the Yeelight LED Lighstrip Pro on the market. But what exactly is “Pro” about it?