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2. Ceiling Fan
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Kentucky-based company Big Ass Solutions has released the Haiku ceiling fan that tracks its environment to regulate temperature in a room.
The fan, which includes its SenseMe technology, Wi-Fi connectivity and humidity sensors, can speed up or wind down as people enter or leave a room.
Haiku, which is available in 52-inch and 60-inch diameter versions, is accompanied by a smartphone app for iOS devices, which allows you to select from certain default settings
Sleep Mode, for example, gradually lowers the fan speed as you fall asleep and Alarm mode can be customised to wake you up with a combination of air, light and sound.
Retailing from $895, the Haiku fan can be pre-ordered through Big Ass Fans’ website.