For all technology lovers, in Las Vegas, the United States, the Consumer Electronics Show (CES 2023 for its acronym in English) is taking place, now a $10,000 smart toilet has caused a sensation .
A ten thousand dollar smart toilet with Amazon Alexa built-in, ambient lighting and automatic seat raising and lowering of the most striking at CES in Las Vegas.
The smart toilet Name 2.0 from the US manufacturer Kohler it can also play music, news and weather reports, and features:
- a bidet
- A seat heater
- Custom dryer functions
- A self-cleaning feature that uses ultraviolet light to kill bacteria and germs
“You will never leave the lid up again. It’s a completely touchless experience that automatically closes and flushes when you leave the bathroom.” explained Andrew Van Gorden, product marketing manager for Kohlerat the company’s CES booth in Las Vegas.
All functions of the Numi 2.0 can be easily controlled via Amazon Alexa built-in or a wall-mounted remote.
“Amazon Alexa is built into the product, so it’s built into Numi 2.0. It allows you to access a couple of unique features, like flushing the toilet or starting your bidet cleaning experience,” he said. Van Gorden, product marketing manager for Kohler
“It also allows you to play music, stream your music through your smart home device. You can play your favorite podcasts, watch the news. Maybe as you get ready in the morning, check the weather before heading out.”he added.
For those who like to be on their feet, the Numi 2.0 also includes a foot sensor that automatically raises the toilet lid to prevent splashing.
$10,000 toilet at CES 2023
At CES 2023, high-tech made an impact on tech enthusiasts.
“I mean, you know, some people can go to the bathroom and sit there for a while to take a mental break. And I see the value of that for those people, one of whom is my husband. But for me, I’m in and out.” said Lilly Wright, a technology enthusiast from California.
“It’s definitely interesting. But I think the purpose of the bidet and toilet is, you know, you need to go to the bathroom. You have to do your job and finish the job and get out. So I guess why do you want all those features right?said Sean Yeom, who traveled to Las Vegas for CES from New Jersey.
Others thought the $10,000 price tag was too expensive.
“The price is too high. I love the features, but it’s too expensive. If the price goes down, I would buy it. Especially the self-cleaning“, said Beverly Shields, a technology enthusiast from Maryland.
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