The Top 10 Products We Saw at CES 2024 — Ranked!
After a Midwest blizzard and a few weather-related flight cancelations, HomeServe has finally returned home following a full week at CES 2024 in Las Vegas. The trade show (formerly known as the Consumer Electronics Show) brought together thousands of exhibitors, each showing off the latest and greatest in tech of all types. Our coverage focused on what’s really just a small corner of just one of the massive show floors: smart home technology and appliance innovations.
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Unfortunately, with CES being an industry-only event, consumers themselves aren’t allowed on the show floor. But honestly, as cool as it is, navigating a convention with more than 4,000 exhibitors and 130,000-plus attendees is no walk in the park. So, we were happy to do the legwork and bring you tons of coverage right here on the HomeServe blog.
Here, we’ve ranked the coolest home-related products we saw at CES 2024:
Wireless chargers are not new — but FreePower upped the game by putting its charging technology into countertops. Any surface can be used to charge your phone.
A lot of us are aiming to be healthier in the new year, and Sevvy’s smart cooker, with its patented, low-temperature technology, hopes to make healthy eating accessible to home chefs at every ability level.
If you’re an apartment or condo dweller, you no doubt have a neighbor (or used to have a neighbor) who flouted the rules on every available occasion. This device can help property owners — of both long- and short-term rentals — keep tabs on their properties while they’re away.
Automation is the name of the game with so many smart home products displayed at CES, and Hisense’s new dishwasher is no different. This thing varies the amount of detergent it uses for each type of cycle, and it dispenses the correct amount of detergent for whatever cycle you select.
Electric grills are known for their low cooking temps when compared to gas or charcoal grills, but Current turns that notion on its head with a fully electric no-flame grill that heats up to 700 degrees Fahrenheit in just 10 minutes.
GE says it has improved on the often-lackluster experience of using a two-in-one washer-dryer combo with the brand-new GE Profile UltraFast. The UltraFast also has heat pump technology for its dryer, which means it can be placed anywhere where there’s a water hookup, even if there’s no vent. At the GE booth, we also saw the GE Profile Smart Smoker, which brings the technology of a smoker indoors.
Refrigerators have looked the same for decades, but Whirlpool’s new fridge innovation might be changing the game for good. SlimTech is a powder that can be used inside the doors and walls of refrigerators instead of the polyurethane foam that’s ubiquitous among fridge manufacturers. The result is a much slimmer profile and 25% more in-fridge storage capacity.
You likely have some sort of electrical generator to use while camping, or just in case the power goes out at home. Genesis Systems has made a water generator that can be used in the exact same instances — except when the problem is lack of water. The residential solution pulls water out of thin air to create more than 100 gallons per day.
You’ve moved out and gotten your home … but wouldn’t it be nice if someone would give you a gentle reminder to do your chores? Woosh’s smart HVAC filter does just that. The system can let you know when it’s time to order a replacement filter. Woosh’s smart air quality monitor automates your HVAC experience even more by detecting your home’s air quality and activating your HVAC system accordingly to reduce the amount of pollutants in the air.
This product is our favorite for a reason: AC drain line clogs can lead to major flooding. And as many times as we at HomeServe implore you to clean out your drain line, in some particularly hot and humid areas of the country, gunk can build up faster than you can clean it out. Enter: iFLO, the world’s first and only automated HVAC drain line cleaner.
CES 2024: We’re Not Done With You Yet!
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