Koogeek, one of China’s earliest adopters of Apple HomeKit, recently unveiled a range of new smart devices at CES 2017, including smart scale, smart plug and smart socket.
The products are known for design beauty as well as relatively low price. Among them is the S1: Bluetooth & Wi-Fi Smart Health Scale, which measures with pinpoint accuracy the user’s weight, BMI, body fat mass, lean mass, bone mass, total body water, BMR (basal metabolic rate) and visceral fat.
Also, the Koogeek Health app lets users set goals, monitor weight and view health reports on devices running iOS 8.0 and Android 4.3 or newer software.
The measurement automatically syncs and is uploaded to the Koogeek Health app via Wi-Fi or Bluetooth 4.0. The S1: automatically recognizes each person on the scale and can hold profiles for up to 16 people.
The P1: Wi-Fi Enabled Smart Plug allows users to monitory power use on an app remotely, and conserve energy use and utility expenditure accordingly. With the smart plug, users may schedule the alarm to sound, the kettle to turn off, or lights to turn on, based on lifestyle habits.
The SK1: Wi-Fi Enabled Smart Socket lets users control and schedule connected lights with an iOS device over 2.4GHz Wi-Fi. It also allows users to monitor real-time, daily and monthly power consumption via the app.
Koogeek claims to be making inexpensive, high-tech and beautifully designed products aimed to enhance the quality of life. At CES, the company also showcased smart switches, light bulbs, power outlets, environment monitors, locks, blood pressure monitors, thermometers and fat burning muscle stimulators.
Compatible with Apple HomeKit, each product can be controlled using Siri, or via an iPhone, iPad, iPod touch and Apple Watch.