This article originally appeared in China Daily By Chai Hua in Shenzhen | chinadaily.com.cn | November 8th 2020.
Chinese technology giant Huawei Technologies Co debuted 15 Internet of Things products at an event in Shenzhen on Thursday. While we might just be coming to terms with smart mirrors, move over Snow White, and feel safe to go back into the bathroom Huawei has yet another surprise for us. A pillow to monitor sleep quality, a toothbrush that can play mobile phone games and a doorbell capable of recognizing guests.
Now, a smart door bell is sort of old hat. Most of our neighbours here have that gadget, and, hmmm, sleep quality monitoring would be useful in some hospital settings I guess. But come on, a toothbrush that can play mobile phone games? OK, maybe it might encourage some people to brush longer and judging by the cases of halitosis in the subway, would not be such a bad idea. But really, do we need it?
Huawei of course believe so, and we are sure with the right amount of marketing mix, Tictoc and WeChat, consumers will think so too. Please read on if you really can not wait to read more about Huawei’s 15 cutting-edge consumer products.
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