Turning on the tap and realizing the water is far too hot may be a thing of the past as Delta's Alexa faucet, which was introduced at CES 2018, is demonstrating the powerful relationship between kitchen appliances and connected technology.
This Alexa-powered smart faucet comes complete with WiFi-connected capabilities and voice recognition. This means, that users can adjust the water temperature by simply saying "Alexa, that's too hot." In addition to controlling the water temperature, this device can turn the water on or off and adjust the pressure, meaning users can receive an appropriate stream of water when re-filing their water bottles or adding a few drops of water to cool down a cup of tea.
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