A design discussion
Sponsored and Hosted by GE Appliances
From reordering detergent to preheating the oven by voice, connected appliances can serve as an extra hand in the home. Similar to updates on a smartphone, connected appliances allow owners to download additional capabilities, like new wash cycles, as well as service updates that are sent remotely over WiFi.
Join GE Appliances on Wednesday, October 19 at 2 pm for a discussion on how connected appliances can change the way your household runs.
The KBtribechat Questions:
Q1: How do you define “connected” when it comes to appliances?
Q2: What household task would you willingly pass off to a connected appliance if you could?
Q3: What benefits can voice technology bring to the kitchen?
Q4: Connected appliances can receive updates (both service and features) through WiFi. What features would you download to your current appliance if you could?
Q5: What appliance would you be most likely to connect and why?
Q6: Do you expect the appearance of a connected appliance vary from a non-connected appliance? Why/Why not?
Q7: How could connected appliances help with inventory management in the home?
Q8: Outside of appliances, what other items are connected in your home and how easy was it to connect them?
Here’s the transcript for this KBtribechat.