meet

hands free. always listening.

your wi-fi voice activated assistant.

living with ivee
see how voice control improves your life

ivee obeys your commands
and answers your questions

ivee tells you the weather in your city
“What’s the weather like outside today?”

ivee knows the stock price of any company
“What’s the stock price of …”

ivee wakes you up on time
“Wake me up at 6:30 am”

ivee knows the time in any city
“What time is it in London?”

ivee controls your Wi-Fi devices
“Turn on the lights ivee”

hands free and always ready
just say "hello ivee" and ivee listens for your verbal command

ivee controls other devices
with the sound of your voice

thermostats

Nest

locks

Lockitron *
Goji *

lights

Philips Hue
Belkin WeMo *

hubs

Iris
Staples Connect
SmartThings
iControl *

plugs

Belkin WeMo

wearables

Fitbit *

*coming soon

packed with features

Technical Specs

technical features

  • Built-in Rechargeable Battery
    (backs up time, date, and alarms)
  • Dual Beam Forming Microphones
  • Temperature Sensor
  • Light Sensor
  • Embedded Linux

nitty gritty

  • 5.55" x 3.40" x 2.16"
  • ARM9 400 MHz Processor
  • 128MB Memory
  • 256MB Flash Storage
  • TFT LCD 4.3" Display (480x272)
  • 802.11 Wi-Fi b/g (WPA/WPA2-PSK support)

other devices requirements

  • Setup: ivee + computer, tablet, or smartphone with modern browser

in the box

  • USB AC Adapter, Quick Start Guide, Manual, and ivee Sleek

connect your ivee
use the my ivee portal to connect ivee to your favorite Wi-Fi devices

Jetsons-style home automation
Tim Bradshaw of Financial Times
As the worlds’ first Wi-Fi voice-activated assistant for your home, you never have to physically control any device ever again,
Kristie Bertucci of Gadget Review
With simple voice commands you can adjust the temperature, set an alarm, dim the lights, turn on the radio, and more, all without lifting a finger.
Frank at Uncrate
Siri for the smart home
Mike Flacy of Digital Trends
Instead of taking your phone out of your pocket, sliding over the bar, hitting the app to get in the app, going to the button, selecting the lights on and off, why not just say, hello, Ivee, turn the lights on?
Steve Henn of NPR
A Voice-Controlled Hub For Smart Homes
Michael Hemsworth of TechCrunch
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