Hisense has expanded its smarthome ecosystem ConnectLife to its 2023 home appliance range to offer seamless synchronisation and control using your favourite voice assistant.
More than two thirds of Australian households had at least one smart home device in 2022 – that’s a 20 per cent increase year on year.
Hisense says there is no better time to expand the ConnectLife app compatibility from its current air conditioning range to its entire line-up of 2023 home appliances.
This expansion of the ConnectLife app shows Hisense’s commitment to offer customers the opportunity to embrace the smart home concept.
Hisense has plans to launch a new range of whitegoods models in 2023 and the ConnectLife app will give customers the ability to monitor and control the Hisense family of products for added convenience and connectivity.
“Australians nationwide are consistently feeling the pressure of their day-to-day household responsibilities,” says Gideon Liu.
“So, to be able to alleviate some of that burden through Hisense’s attainable, connected product range will surprise and delight.
“Before, a smart home was considered beyond reach, but we are committed to delivering greater convenience to Australians that allows them to buy back the precious time they need to do the things they love.”
Hisense is planning to introduce a range of new features during the year to make your daily tasks even easier.
These include Holiday Mode which, once perishables have been removed out of the refrigerator, can save energy by placing the fridge section in standby mode with the ConnectLife app while still maintaining freezer functionality.
The Hisense Super Cool and Super Freeze modes will also be accessible through the ConnectLife app to give users the ability to, for example, quickly drop the temperature of their fridge or freezer for six hours to quickly chill drinks before a party.
“Our brand ethos is to create home appliances that are not only convenient, but also attainable, and we’re thrilled to bring new features to the ConnectLife experience to ensure Australians can do more with their home, at the touch of the button,” added Liu.
“Whether it’s making the switch to be more energy efficient when they’re not in the home or ensuring they can manage everyday tasks effortlessly – ConnectLife brings control of your home into the palm of your hand.”
The ConnectLife app is available on both the Google Play store and Apple’s App Store.
* Stephen Fenech travelled to Las Vegas with support from Samsung, LG, Hisense and ASUS.