We are all looking for ways to be safer, cleaner, and stay entertained during the pandemic. Smart home technology has much to offer in all of these areas. Also, there are some helpful ways to utilize systems, perhaps already installed in your home, to enhance their capabilities. In this article, we will discuss ways to optimize your home for COVID-19 safety and fun and suggest some technology to introduce to your smart home to ensure that you stay safe and entertained throughout the life of this pandemic. Let’s get started!
When we think of audio gear, perhaps the first thing that comes to mind is our home theater. But we can enhance our listening experience in the home theater and beyond. Multi-room listening systems, satellite watching areas, outdoor entertainment systems, and even bedroom televisions can all benefit from elevated audio equipment. In this article, we will discuss some steps that you can take to improve the sound of music, movies, or anything else that you listen to so that you can make your at-home experience the most enjoyable.
COVID-19 has affected the entire world in ways we could never imagine. Many are still coming to grips with the changes that are needed to keep us safe, while making a living for our families. We have noticed some new trends in the smart home that can not only help keep your loved ones safe but can also help you adapt to the changes needed during the pandemic. We will highlight these essential upgrades in this article. As a bonus, we will also highlight some things that our customers are doing to help the time go by and enjoy ourselves while we’re in a shutdown.
We all know the story; COVID-19 is a global pandemic. Life as we have known it has changed. And while we see the USA showing signs of opening back up, many of us are still working at home, drinking out of our favorite mug and wearing our most comfortable PJ’s while we change the world in our way.
Has this happened to you? During a stint of being ultra-productive, the spinning circle of death pops up while doing that thing that you do for work… and on... and on... it spins. Or perhaps, the device that you need to connect to just isn’t having it. Or how about participating in the AM company Zoom meeting, and everyone looks and sounds a little too much like our beloved ‘80s AI character Max Headroom? What you just experienced my friend is a significant case of the inadequate home networks. In this article, we will discuss 5 things that you can do to make your working-from-home experience a better one! Let’s GO!