A year after the first Apple Watch launched, glass window frames have been gaining popularity, with the first major manufacturer, Seiko, taking up the mantle with the brand’s first smart glass window frame.
Now, Seikos latest foray into smart glass, the Seiko Smart Glass Door, is going to make a big splash at CES 2018.
It’s the first smart window frame to offer a built-in Wi-Fi connectivity, with a built in motion sensor to monitor the user’s movement.
We were lucky enough to try it out, and the Seiko Smart Glass door looks amazing.
Here’s how it works: The Seiko smart glass door uses the iPhone’s accelerometer, gyroscope, and compass to track your movement.
If you push a button on the back, a small LED lights up, which then automatically switches the LED back on, so you don’t need to hold the button down to move the door.
The built-ins motion sensor is a nice touch, too, with its ability to monitor when the door is closed and open, as well as whether or not the door’s been opened or closed.
Seiko’s smart glass doors also feature a built to last warranty, which is good news for anyone who’s been waiting for a smart glass solution that’s durable enough to last for years, and which can be customized to fit any needs.
Seikonews first smart phone window frame, the S1, is also available, with similar specifications, and we’re not going to hold it against the S2 or the S3 in terms of durability.
The S1 has a 4.7-inch LCD touchscreen and can support up to two cameras at once, while the S0 and S1 have 5.5-inch screens.
We found the screens were a little bit smaller than our expectations, but they are still plenty big enough for our needs.
The Seikomos Smart Glassdoor’s built–in motion sensor measures your movements to determine when the screen is open and closed.
The motion sensor works by measuring the motion of the user and turning on or off when you’re not looking at it.
The sensor also measures ambient light levels and responds accordingly, to detect whether or no one’s around.
If the sensor detects a person in the room, it activates a lighted shutter, and if it detects a door being closed, it starts recording video.
The smart glass glass doors are available in three different colors: white, silver, and black.
The doors are only $299, and are expected to ship in September.
In terms of features, the smart glass windows also have built-on motion sensors that can detect when you open the door and turn it on or on again.
We’re not sure how Seiko plans to offer wireless connectivity, but it’s not out of the question.
If it does offer wireless connections, the doors will support Bluetooth, NFC, and Wi-Foam connectivity.
Seikenomos smart glass house of cards The Smart Glass House of Cards also goes by Seiko and is a new addition to Seiko.
It is basically a combination of a smart door and smart window, with some added features.
The Smart House of cards is a big, black glass dome window with built- in Wi-fi connectivity and a built Inward Beam camera.
The door can be used as a camera by attaching a camera app, and then the camera will capture a 3-D video, so it can be uploaded to your smartphone.
The house of card is also waterproof, with an IP67 rating.
Seiki also introduced a smart TV remote with built in 3D capabilities, and this is a major improvement over the previous Smart TV remote.
Seiku also announced a new Seiko TV remote that has built-out 3D functionality, and will support Dolby Vision.
You can also add other devices to the house of glass with the Seikenomi app.
The new Smart TV Remote is available for $129.
The main smart TV receiver has a built speaker, but the remote is also capable of Bluetooth audio streaming and a microphone.
It will support 1080p/60p content, and also support a variety of content sources, including YouTube, Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime, and Pandora.
The speaker is a great way to pair your smart home setup with your smart phone, tablet, or TV.
Seika also added an HDMI-out jack on the front of the remote, so if you have an iPad, you can hook up the Seiki TV to your iPad with the same functionality.
Finally, the speakers in the Seika TV Remote also support Dol by Dol, which means that you can watch movies in Dolby Digital Plus format.
For a great deal on Seikons new smart glass products, check out our guide to the best smart glass TVs for 2017.
If your budget is limited, then we recommend looking at Seikos cheaper