It’s often the heart of the home and gathering place of the family. There’s no question that the kitchen is where many families spend time. With color choices as well as all the types, functions, features, and more, people can often be left with the questions of where to start in buying the appliances. Let’s start with the simple questions and maybe you can then look into your needs and start the culmination of your new or updated kitchen. » Read more
Philips has introduced what will be its medium-high range of smart TVs for the 2016 season, characterized by including models with UHD panels all compatible with native HDR and what they call “climber HDR” which enhances conventional content to suit the high dynamic range.
We are facing new series 6000, 7000 and 8000, with sizes between 43 and 75 inches, which come with the Android operating system and improvements in the Ambilight technology. However, things first and see the features of the new models series by series: » Read more
Imagine a party on a warm summer evening: you can visualize the green and the sun, the smell of freshly cut grass and refreshing drinks and suddenly feel like someone comes from behind and gives you a tap the shoulder. Now imagine you are not in the party but in the living room of your house and everything you perceive comes from TV. » Read more
Technology and connectivity can because when we are talking of lights and bulbs, the term Smart or advanced may be associated with the lighting systems at home.
If you are thinking about changing bulbs home and want to go beyond the LED lights, the world of the connected bulbs is there for you to discover and you can get started in a simple way in the world of home automation. However, how do these devices work? What are the differences between the models on the market? In addition, what I can do with a bulb connected worthwhile?
Why do I want to have bulbs connected at home?
More control and possibilities thanks to which are connected bulbs. With that starting point, we can begin to talk about the main difference advanced than traditional bulbs, whether LED or simply low consumption. » Read more
Sometimes we talk about the homes of the future and perhaps the rise of automation and all smart we do quite often. What can we do to bring it almost too idealizing interaction with devices at the film Her. Moreover, although it is still far from now, Samsung has wanted to step into those houses with more intelligent and quirky appliances, as we might call the “super magnet”, the Family Hub Samsung Refrigerator.
A refrigerator that the company showed during the Samsung Forum in Monaco that goes far beyond keeping food in good condition. What has made the Korean company is “tabletizar” the concept of refrigerator inserting a screen door and installing a surveillance system for food. While not science fiction, it sounds peculiar, it is, but this innovation represents the logical evolution towards smart fridges? » Read more
One of the concerns I think we all share to buy a technological product is whether or not we’re hitting your choice. When the price does not exceed 100, for roughly spears and you run the risk. However, in terms of more than 500 or 1000 it is another matter.
Containment few weeks it would be useful guidance on how to buy a 4K TV and hitting ago. Well, that is what we will see. Points to consider before choosing your next TV. Content that perfectly adds to the guide to buying a TV that already published. » Read more
After seeing the most important aspects when buying a TV, it is time to finish with an overview but not before explaining an issue that creates great confusion. This is the Hertz or soda panel.
A technical concept that manufacturers play for, for marketing their products stand above the competition. Know exactly what they are important. As much or more as the go with these dynamic contrast ratios. » Read more
The refrigerator is the appliance that more spending added to the electricity bill. It’s working 24 hours a day and requires considerable energy, depending on their size and the amount of food that you keep.
According to Digital Trends, comes an infographic web parts select, we teach placing food properly in the fridge to save energy, and thus reduce the electricity bill. It also helps us preserve food longer. » Read more
Humans, at least once in life, must pass a litmus test that will measure your integrity as a person.
The death of the refrigerator or according to experts is the apocalypse of the kitchen. We have compiled the best tips and tricks in this definitive guide to buying a new, nice and cheap refrigerators without dying in the attempt.
Your fridge just died, yes, but at least you’re still alive. And note that even your worst enemy ever have to deal with something like that, so quiet, I am strong and do not let the useless fridge embitter your existence. Of course, you’re going to get, or if you give a good enough food.
Even the most amateur sense that first when buying a refrigerator is to measure the space where you will put in the kitchen. But not enough to measure the height: a fridge too wide may be trapped forever in the front door or elevator.
To avoid a disaster of such magnitude sure to correctly measure the height, width, depth of the hole and, if you do not want to risk more than necessary, the total distance that you have to open the door. Otherwise, you touch you juggle daily.
Nor is it more thought to what side you intend to open the door of your new refrigerator, although much of the current feature reversible doors. » Read more
There are a number of guidelines to control spending through good use of appliances…
Eight Tips to optimize refrigerator and freezer
1- Avoid frequently opening the door or keeping it open too long; take everything you need at once!
2- Do not keep food hot. Do not place or the refrigerator or freezer where out of the sun or near other heat sources. Place them 5 cm. walls and leave free space for air circulation.
3- Do not fill too much or the refrigerator or freezer, the higher efficiency is obtained 3/4 full.
4- Clean at least 1 time per year; a layer of ice covering the freezer increases energy consumption by 30%.
5- Check that the doors are properly sealed; replaces old tires! Tip: Put a paper on the door to close it, if the paper slides have to change tires.
6- Recommended temperatures are: 3-5° C for the refrigerator and about -15° C for the freezer.
7- Unplug them only if you will be absent more than 15 days (not suitable for shorter absences); clean them and then leave them open.
8- The refrigerator is the appliance that consumes the most, estimated that only need a capacity of 50 liters per person (well, a house with 4 people need a 200 liter refrigerator). » Read more