Smalt does. What is Smalt? Why, it’s a world’s initial (we’re assuming) indoor-outdoor Bluetooth-enabled saltshaker, of course!
Not nonetheless available, though aiming to seem shortly on Indiegogo and already garnering a great deal of attention, Smalt promises to concede we to tide song from your phone “from Jazz to Johnny Cash” and “set a tinge of a party,” emanate a right ambiance with a “color-changing mood light,” and — oh, yeah — evacuate salt. Because “everything tastes improved with a small bit of salt,” a official Smalt site points out.
But Smalt being Smalt, a salting duty is not simply a matter of giving a device, that looks kind of like a high-tech coffee grinder, a shake. Smalt is a brainchild of California smart-home device association Herb and Body, and it allows we to “measure, lane and control” your salt regulating Amazon’s voice-interactive underline Alexa, boasting, “Salting was never so most fun.”
Which is maybe tough to disagree with.
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