CES 2011 Will Have Connected Home Appliances Zone

Posted: May 5 2010, 10:23am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 8:57pm CDT, in News | CES

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Even though I enjoy cooking, I can't help but think that it would be much more fun if my spatula has a 4” touchscreen and the ability to run apps. That may just be my wild pipe dream, but it is true that “connected appliances” are a growing section of the tech industry. That's why CES 2011 will sport a Connected Home Appliances TechZone.

10,000 square feet of exhibit space will be reserved for connected appliances. It's too early to tell exactly what we'll see at CES 2011. We're at the point now where a “connected” house is actually a feasible idea. Imagine linking your washer, dryer, dishwasher, TV and everything else together in your home network. You could control everything from your computer or phone.

CES 2011 may very well contain the greatest breakthrough in the science of slothing in mankind's history. Or we'll get to see a lava lamp that can play MP3s and handle 720p video. Either way, it should be a hoot.

CES 2011 will start on 6th of January 2011 and lasts until 9th. Read all hot news from the largest consumer electronics show in our CES 2011 section.

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