Hands on with the smart plank of wood – BBC News
Hands on with the smart plank of wood – BBC News Let’S be frank, this does not look like the most high-tech device. Ics a beautiful plank of wood show interface. So we want to know what the weather is right on here. Cuz, it’s not! Let’S go home again, music put up the volume on Spotify. We can even talk to the interactive languages gomory. What’S the weather like today, what’s the weather like today, I’m struggling a bit with a noise, but he’s got it: oh yeah we go to weather forecast, but when it really find them all kids in that hoe, so shumaya is designed to interact with nature. So we put the natural material between you and the information, so you can get natural feeling, sticky or grasp like Keno professional gadgets. Now it’s going to cost $ 699 in the United States because of our universe, but also you know we use in a very like a rich man. That’S going to be like a cheaper. You know if we can get more in volume. A Japanese start-up has created what might be the most unusual-looking smart device yet.
Mui appears to be a standard piece of wood at first sight, but when touched lights up and provides use of the Google Assistant.
It is due to go on sale later this year.
However, the BBC’s technology correspondent Rory Cellan-Jones had problems testing a prototype at the CES tech show in Las Vegas.
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