Underscoring the custom in custom electronics, today’s era of home electronics are less intrusive than ever before.
Designed for applications far beyond new construction, today’s hidden electronics are just as adept at integrating into existing homes, and because of the evolution of technology, they cost less than previous generations of similar products.
Fueling the development of these products has been advancements in wireless network reliability, engineering experience, and new industrial designs.
Another factor driving the development of these products has been an increased enthusiasm from consumers interested in “smart homes.”
Backboned by improved network connectivity as well as faster Internet speeds, consumers see the return on investment into products like thermostats, shade systems, lighting systems, and security systems.
The surging interest in the smart home is sparking sales in traditional residential electronics categories such as home audio, video, and control.
Now with more people learning about all of these systems and how easily they complement one another within a home, a growing number of consumers are educating themselves on the specific benefits these solutions provide for integration into their homes.
With these products, consumers have the ability to schedule and control the heat, shades, music, security systems, and other home systems through easy to use app-based interfaces.
Hidden Electronics From a Wealth of Manufacturers
The latest in hidden electronics products often offer complementary aesthetics, high levels of functionality, more approachable pricing overall, and improved user-friendliness.
For specific examples, check out the slideshow to see the latest in hidden tech from Access Networks, Bowers & Wilkins, Inneos, James Loudspeaker, Leon Speakers, Samsung, Séura, Solid Drive, SpeakerCraft and WattBox: