Alternative products to Mango Mirror

11 alternative and related products to Mango Mirror

Mango Mirror

A personal health and daily activity dashboard on a mirror

Mango Mirror is a smart mirror that displays your health, fitness, nutrition, sleep, schedule, reminders, news, weather, traffic, daily quotes and more.

🏃🏽‍♀️Displays data from fitbit, Apple watch and other apps and devices via Apple health.

👥 Single User or Multi-User configuration options

🙋🏽‍♀️No buttons. No touch. No voice. Just you.

11 Alternatives to Mango Mirror

The mirror that's also an interactive home gym

When off, it's a full-length mirror. When on, see yourself, your instructor and your classmates in a sleek, interactive display, complete with embedded camera and speakers. All you need is the space of a yoga mat for a high-energy workout in any room in your home!

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CNBC
It's called Mirror, and it's the latest fitness tech gadget meant to replace the gym with your living room by offering online subscription classes. CNBC's Magdalena Petrova tries it out.
The Verge
A company called Mirror is launching its eponymous device today - a Full HD display with a mirror atop it. Users can stream fitness classes while still seeing their reflection. It costs $1,500 with a $39 per month fee for class access.
TechCrunch
Imagine Peloton-style courses streamed to a smart mirror, and you've got a pretty close approximation of what Mirror is bringing to market today. The New York-based startup came out of stealth onstage today at TechCrunch Disrupt to show its self-titled flagship product to the world. It's an intrigu...
6 Alternatives to Mirror

An interactive wood panel for peaceful digital living

Mui is calm design device built with natural wood that serves as a smart home control hub. Using the digital display that appears with a swipe of your hand, you can talk, send/receive messages, check the news and weather and control smart devices (lighting, thermostats, etc.) and more.

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TechRadar
As excited as we are by continued growth of the smart home market, it'd be a waste if we didn't see design smarts to match the technology on offer. Enter Mui, a Japanese manufacturer now showcasing its first wooden smart display at CES 2019.
BBC News
What looks like an ordinary piece of wood lights up and becomes a smart assistant when touched.
The Verge
I was thoroughly charmed by Mui, the internet-connected block of wood that acts as a smart home hub, when I first saw an early model prototype back in 2017. I got to see a working model today at CES, and despite being displayed against the backdrop of a hotel convention hall, it remains an elegant device I'd love to have in my apartment.
4 Alternatives to Mui
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