Modern Apartment Smart Home Tech Tour (2022)

In this year’s Smart Home Tech Tour, Justin showcases some of the tech products that he has integrated into his personal place. Starting in the living room, he talks about the TV and speaker setup, as well as the home appliances for coffee making, the Bartesian, and a revolutionary toaster before moving over to the home office where he takes a look at some of the changes he has made to his desk setup, as well as the bedroom which has a few updates as well. The biggest update of all, however, is that this is actually going to be the last Smart Home Tech Tour in this property because Justin is in the process right now of having his dream condo renovated where he has gone all out when it comes to tech fixtures and a lot of them will be integrated into the walls, ceilings, and completely customized from the start.

Beginning with the living room, Justin showcases some of the tech products that he has integrated into his personal place. The living room is an area that hasn’t seen a drastic amount of change over the past few years, but it had a big update in 2019. Justin has put his soundbar behind him over the years, but he has received comments saying that the Sonos soundbar should not be behind him. If he was to make a change here, he would drop the height of the fireplace even more and then have the soundbar below the TV. For now, it still gets the job done, and this is a 55-inch TV which he thinks fits the space really nicely.

Living Room Tech

The living room is an area that has undergone minimal changes over the past few years. Justin previously made a big update in 2019, replacing the large fireplace with a smaller one. However, there is one design issue with the current setup. The soundbar is placed behind Justin, and it has received negative comments from viewers. Justin plans to drop the height of the fireplace and place the soundbar below the TV.

The TV in the living room is a 55-inch Samsung from a few years ago. Although it looks good, Justin plans to upgrade to a TV with a mini LED panel or something brighter in general as the area gets a lot of sunlight.

The room features a Sonos 5 speaker and dual shock controllers for the PlayStation 5. All the IO for home tech and entertainment systems are inside a cabinet, which used to be a bedroom wardrobe. Justin cut out a hole in the back, and the cables run through the hollow portion of the wall, creating a seamless setup.

The Sing Cell Alpha Triphonic speaker is a unique addition to the living room. It is a weird-looking speaker that utilizes the space to customize the sound characteristics, delivering a lot of power and an immersive effect. Justin also added the Aromatech, a better-looking system than the one from Edition Hotel, with a variety of scent options that can be customized in intensity.

The dining room features a Sonos Move speaker, which takes up minimal space and delivers excellent sound quality. It is a grab-and-go speaker that can be brought to the balcony, making it perfect for entertaining.

Overall, the living room tech setup is minimal but functional, with a few unique additions that enhance the experience.

Kitchen Tech

Countertop Appliances

The kitchen in Justin’s house has held up quite nicely over the years, with a two-tone design and some small tech aspects in the appliances. One category of products that Justin loves to check out is countertop appliances. One of the most revolutionary products that he has checked out recently is the Osma coffee maker. It not only looks great in the whole matte black walnut and white theme, but it’s also able to make cold brew in just a minute. It utilizes vacuum-based technology that takes the water through and pulls a special shot. Justin also loves the Fellow accessories, which are straightforward and well-designed, with just the right amount of tech integrated. The Stag EKG kettle is a great example of this. You just fill it up with water, turn the dial to the temperature you need, and you can make an easy pour-over.

Coffee Makers

Justin is a big fan of coffee and has checked out countless cool coffee makers on the market. One of the most revolutionary products that he has checked out recently is the Osma coffee maker. It not only looks great in the whole matte black walnut and white theme, but it’s also able to make cold brew in just a minute. It utilizes vacuum-based technology that takes the water through and pulls a special shot. Justin also loves the Fellow accessories, which are straightforward and well-designed, with just the right amount of tech integrated. The Stag EKG kettle is a great example of this. You just fill it up with water, turn the dial to the temperature you need, and you can make an easy pour-over.

Unique Kitchen Gadgets

Justin has also checked out some really weird kitchen appliances recently that not everyone needs, but they could be a good idea if you’re really into home tech or looking for a crazy gift. One of them is the Revolution toaster, which allows you to visualize the whole process of putting a piece of toast from frozen to crisp and shows the color and the shade of that toast on the screen. Another product that is also kind of futuristic is from Bartesian. It allows you to make your cocktails within a few seconds using the pod system, and all your favorite spirits and alcohol are pre-installed into each of the canisters. You just put the pod in, it will scan it, and then you can set the intensity of the drink. It is a well-designed and good-looking system, but it comes in at a price, just like many of these crazy home tech products.

Dining Room Tech

Moving on to the dining room, Justin has made some changes to the audio setup. He has replaced the Sonos One with a Sonos Move, which is a grab-and-go speaker that can be easily moved to the balcony for outdoor entertainment. The Sonos Move delivers great sound quality and takes up the same amount of space as the Sonos One, maintaining a minimal look in the dining room.

In terms of kitchen appliances, Justin has checked out a variety of coffee makers and accessories. One of the most revolutionary coffee makers he has come across is from a company called Osma. This coffee maker not only looks sleek in its matte black walnut and white theme, but it can also make cold brew in just a minute using vacuum-based technology. Justin also recommends the Fellow accessories, which are straightforward and well-designed with just the right amount of tech integrated.

Justin has also explored some unique kitchen appliances, such as the Revolution Toaster and the Bartesian. The Revolution Toaster allows you to visualize the entire process of toasting bread, from frozen to crisp, and displays the color and shade of the toast on the screen. The Bartesian is a well-designed system that enables you to make cocktails within a few seconds using the pod system. It comes with pre-installed alcohol and spirits, and you can adjust the intensity of the drink to your liking.

Overall, Justin’s dining room tech features a combination of practical and unique appliances that enhance the dining experience.

Home Office Tech

The home office of Justin has undergone significant changes in terms of technology. The desk setup has been revamped to accommodate all the necessary gadgets. The centerpiece of the setup is the 34-inch ultra-wide monitor from LG, which provides ample screen real estate for multitasking.

The desk is equipped with a wireless charging pad that can charge multiple devices simultaneously. The desk also has a built-in cable management system that keeps the cables organized and out of sight.

Justin’s computer is a custom-built PC that is capable of handling heavy workloads. The PC is equipped with an Intel Core i9 processor, 32GB of RAM, and a 1TB solid-state drive.

The office is also equipped with smart lighting that can be controlled through voice commands or a smartphone app. The lighting can be customized to create different moods and atmospheres.

To make video conferencing more effective, Justin has installed a Logitech BRIO 4K webcam and a Blue Yeti microphone. The webcam provides crystal-clear video quality, while the microphone captures clear and crisp audio.

Overall, Justin’s home office is a tech enthusiast’s dream, with all the necessary gadgets and equipment to make work more efficient and enjoyable.

Bedroom Tech

Moving onto the bedroom, Justin has made a few updates to his tech setup. The biggest change he has made is the addition of a 55-inch Samsung TV which fits the space really nicely. Although the TV looks good, he has put his Sonos 5 speaker and dual shock controllers for the PlayStation 5 behind him. Justin has enclosed all of the IO for home tech and the entertainment system inside a bedroom wardrobe, which happened to fit perfectly. The PS5 is just on the corner of the room.

Justin has also made some changes to the audio setup in the bedroom. He has added the Sing Cell Alpha Triphonic speaker which looks weird but sounds really good. This speaker utilizes the space that it’s in to be able to customize the sound characteristics specifically while also delivering a lot of power. Justin has also added the Aromatech, a better-looking system that has a whole bunch of options in terms of the scents that you can pick for it and you can customize the intensity.

Overall, Justin’s bedroom tech setup is sleek and functional, with a focus on audio and entertainment.

Upcoming Dream Condo

The speaker in the video mentioned that they are in the process of having their dream condo renovated. The condo will feature a lot of tech fixtures that will be integrated into the walls, ceilings, and completely customized from the start. The speaker did not provide many details about the tech fixtures, but they will be discussed towards the end of the video.

The speaker mentioned that this will be the last smart home tech tour in their current property. The living room had a big update in 2019, but the speaker is considering dropping the height of the fireplace to have the soundbar below the TV. The living room currently has a Samsung 55-inch TV and a Sonos 5 speaker. The speaker has all of the IO for home tech and the entertainment system inside of a cabinet, which is meant to be a bedroom wardrobe. The PS5 is located in the corner of the living room.

The speaker made a few changes to the audio setup in the living room, including adding the Sing Cell Alpha Triphonic speaker, which is a weird looking speaker that utilizes the space that it’s in to be able to customize the sound characteristics specifically while also delivering a lot of power. The speaker also added the Aromatech, which has a whole bunch of options in terms of the scents that you can pick for it and you can customize the intensity.

The kitchen has held up quite nicely over the years, and there are some small tech aspects in the appliances. One category that the speaker loves to always check out is coffee makers. The speaker mentioned the Osma coffee maker, which is revolutionary and able to make cold brew in like a minute. The speaker also mentioned the Fellow accessories and the Stag EKG kettle.

The speaker also mentioned some really weird kitchen appliances that they’ve checked out recently, including the Revolution toaster, which allows you to visualize the whole process of putting a piece of toast from frozen to crisp and it shows the color and the shade of that toast on the screen. Another product that the speaker mentioned is from Bartesian, which allows you to make your cocktails within a few seconds using the pod system.

The speaker briefly mentioned the dining room, which has a Sonos Move speaker and is a space to entertain. The speaker will discuss the changes that they’ve made to their home office and bedroom next.

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Moving on to the tour, Justin starts in the living room where he showcases his TV and speaker setup. He has a Samsung 55-inch TV and a Sonos 5 speaker. His audio setup includes a Sing Cell Alpha Triphonic speaker, which is perfect for the relatively narrow space. Justin also has all of his home tech and entertainment system IO inside a cabinet that was originally meant to be a bedroom wardrobe.

In the kitchen, Justin has a Samsung dishwasher from the chef collection that opens up five inches as soon as it has done its cycle to let the steam out and dry the dishes. Justin also has a revolutionary coffee maker from Osma that can make cold brew in a minute. He also has the Fellow accessories and the Stag EKG kettle for a straightforward pour-over. Justin also mentions some weird kitchen appliances he has checked out recently, including the Revolution toaster and the Bartesian, which allows users to make cocktails within seconds using the pod system.

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