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Internet-connected Ekko smart mirror by Miliboo

Miliboo, a Scandinavian designer furniture brand is selling its products for years now. Recently, the company has designed an internet-connected mirror to ease modern lifestyle by displaying time, date, daily horoscope, latest headlines and weather updates easily from the mirror hanged in your bathroom or any other space. You can even play songs, podcasts, picture playlist or some specific type of YouTube videos. Also, Ekko smart mirror saves personal preferences of every family member to enable them for using it instantly as per personal tastes.    

It contains infrared sensors for allowing users to operate it using simple touchless gesture of hands. So operating the smart mirror becomes easy, and you make no touch marks on the mirror. This 8 mm thick multimedia mirror consists of tinted glass round slab that is built on a small oak wood frame. When connected to Wi-Fi, Ekko lets one watch instructional videos of effective teeth brushing for children or learning videos for achieving the latest trends of makeup or hairstyle.   

It serves as an interactive multimedia platform to execute some routine works of your smartphone without touching it. The internet-connected mirror is available in two specific shapes and can be bought for $429 at Miliboo. For designing this intelligent mirror, the furniture brand has been privileged as ‘Honoree’ in the CES Innovation Award 2017.  

Available in two specific shapes

Available in two specific shapes

Tinted glass perched on oak wood frame

Tinted glass perched on oak wood frame

Interesting multimedia platform for homes

Interesting multimedia platform for homes

Control the internet-connected smart mirror with simple touchless gesture of hands

Control the internet-connected smart mirror with simple touchless gesture of hands

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