Amid incessant Amazon and Google to bring smart home revolution through Amazon Echo and Google Home Mini seeded, Microsoft does not seem to want to lose the step and even continue to attempt to polish the existence of services besutannya Cortana. And based on the latest news has shown that Microsoft has just added the latest “Connected Home” to its Cortana Notebook.
This new integration was first reported by Windows Central, which states that Connected Home allows its users to enter the five services available today, such as Wink, Insteon, Nest, SmartThings and Hue. For that, you just need to sign in to their respective services to enable voice control functions with your smart devices.
Connected Home will be online right ahead of the official launch of Windows 10 Fall Creators Update on 17 October. Windows 10 Fall Creators This update will apply the new Microsoft Fluent Design language and will serve as a launching point for Windows Mixed Reality devices such as Samsung HMD Odyssey. In addition, you will also be able to experience enhanced features (such as OneDrive On-Demand) and improve overall security on existing devices
Invoke is a Smart AI speakers supported Cortana as a personal digital assistant, manufactured by Harman Kardon. This device is able to present the sound with charming quality, control the sound of music and smart home, can make and simultaneously receive handsfree calls via Skype, and much more.
Although new will be available on 22 October, but Harman Kardon Invoke AI Smart Speaker reportedly had been marketed online through the Microsoft Store. Available in a choice of Graphite or Pearl Silver colors, the smart speakers will cost $ 199.