CES 2018 Preview: Cue Smarterware Is The Missing Link Between Amazon and Whole Foods
Imagine a time when a smart device would be able to tell you how much milk was left in the jug and if the hamburger meat you bought last Thursday was still good. What about if you were making your grandma’s macaroni and cheese and needed to know if the right cheese was in the fridge. What if there was a device that could tell you all that and more.
That’s the device that would be the absolute missing link between Amazon, Amazon’s Alexa and their newest big acquisition, Whole Foods.
The new connected world has brought so much convenience to our lives. Today, you don’t even have to move a finger to pick up your smart phone to find out the weather outside. You can just ask Google Home or Alexa, “What’s the weather outside” and still laying in bed, hear the exact forecast.
Well a future focused hardware design startup out of Chicago wants to bring that convenience, simplicity and connectivity to your refrigerator.
The device that can tell you how much milk is left and if the OJ is still good, is called Cue Smarterware and it will be available in the next year, not the next century. When Cue Smarterware arrives on the market it will give your refrigerator a brain and a voice. Meal planning will become so much easier and you’ll actually save money.
Cue Smarterware is also great for the environment. Users will drastically cut back on the amount of food they waste.
The device is designed to work with all three major home assistant platforms. Soon you’ll be able to ask your refrigerator if you need to pick up anything from the store, instead of your girlfriend, boyfriend, husband or wife.
With Cue Smarterware you’ll soon be able to ask Google or Alexa “What’s in my fridge”.
See the future of your refrigerator in person at CES 2018 in Eureka Park, January 9-12th in Las Vegas, booth #52130 and online at cuesmarterware.com