On January 6th at CES, ARCHOS, a well-known manufacturer of Android devices, and Freshub, a connected-kitchen Israeli startup, launched the ARCHOS Kitchen Screen. The end-to-end service is a kitchen-tailored version of the ARCHOS Smart Home Tablet.
The ARCHOS Kitchen Screen allows consumers to be able to shop for grocery products. They can do this by adding them to a digital shopping cart by either waving the desired item in front of the screen or using voice commands. The included touchscreen also suggests custom coupons, recipes, and alternatives to wanted items that are unavailable. You can even stream music, set up security cameras, install a digital picture frame, or get clock and weather information.
Loic Poirier, in relation to the unveiling, stated, “As leaders in the Connected Objects field, we are proud to work with Freshub to connect the kitchen. Our Smart Home vision now helps people to keep their kitchens filled up thanks to the world’s first connected device offering an instant grocery retail link. This game-changing connectivity will considerably alter the way people shop and will shape the future retailing experience.”
Currently, there is no word yet on the specs, prices, or release date.
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