Home Tech

Technology is swooping into 2023 with bells on, and our homes are getting seriously smart. Check out our favorite home tech for this year.

Samsung Hub Fridge

This huge fridge is our favourite bit of tech for your home. It is designed to fit 32 bags of shopping. This is not the best bit. It also has an interactive whiteboard and television screen on the front. Leave your children a note on the fridge in style with this Samsung creation.

Watch television and YouTube videos as you cook. Update recipes and follow chef tutorials with simplicity from your fridge.

It keeps your food fresh and healthy-looking with the serious refrigeration technology they have invested in this product.

Modern Central Heating

Get your home energy efficient and your central heating problems solved by ordering new radiators online. They have styles to suit everyones home central heating radiators. They come in a variety of shapes, sizes and colours. From boutique to vintage, quirky to colourful, they have everything. Check out the Stelrad heat calculator to make sure you order the most efficient radiator for your home. Saving you money in the long run.

Smart Doorbells

Smart doorbells have become increasingly popular due to their ability to enhance home security and provide convenient features.

Popular smart doorbell brands include Ring, Nest Hello, and Arlo, among others. Consider factors like video quality, field of view, audio clarity, compatibility with your smartphone or smart home system, and subscription costs for additional features or storage when choosing a smart doorbell that fits your needs.

Overall, smart doorbells provide an added layer of security, convenience, and peace of mind by allowing you to monitor and manage your front door from anywhere.

Smart Blinds and Curtains

Smart blinds and curtains provide a convenient and efficient way to control your home’s window coverings.

With the ability to operate them remotely using a smartphone app or voice commands, you can easily adjust the position of blinds or curtains without being physically present.

The option to schedule their opening and closing allows you to automate natural lighting, maintain privacy, and regulate the indoor temperature.

By integrating with smart home systems, you can create synchronized routines and scenes that combine the operation of blinds, lights, and thermostats.


If you have a pet dog, leaving them at home can be worrying especially now, as we have all spent so much time with them over lockdown. Your dog is probably used to having you around. Separation anxiety can be a huge problem in dogs. With the CleverDog app and accompanying camera, you can leave home in peace, knowing you can check on your pooch anytime.

The camera works by registering movement and sound and sends you updates and videos of your pup’s day. This way you can see if he/she is tearing up the sofa or sleeping soundly on your pile of clean clothes.

The best feature is that it has a built-in microphone, so you can communicate with your dog. If you see them sneaking a treat from the kitchen, you can catch them out and speak to them through the device. They won’t know what to do with themselves when they hear that ghostly voice emanating from the shelf. It is a lot of fun and very useful too.

Oculus Quest 2

The Facebook-owned Oculus Quest 2 is arguably the best virtual reality headset on the market. This year is set to be full of leaps and bounds into the unrealities, including AI, VR and AR. This headset has so many cool features, including a much higher resolution and processer than the previous model. It comes with a large number of experiences so you won’t get fed up with all the repetition. At around £300- £400, it is pretty cheap too, making it a possibility for almost every household.

So, as we head further into 2021, it looks like tech will be on the rise for a good while longer. What piece of tech can you not do without in 2021?