The American company Kohler presented a rather strange novelty – the “smart” toilet Numi 2.0. This is reported by the publication The Verge.

In addition to Alexa’s voice assistant, the “white friend” has rainbow neon backlighting and several speakers used to communicate with a voice assistant. You can also use them to listen to music.

The publication ironically states that the developers of the dubious device do not warn that Numi 2.0 listens to the room in non-stop mode. Therefore, confidential sounds from the toilet can become public domain.

In addition, the “smart” plumbing boasts the usual premium characteristics, in particular, heated seats, automatic covers, and “emergency” flushing.

Kohler Numi 2.0 will hit the U.S. market in the coming days. However, it will cost rough money — $11.5 thousand.

Earlier, two women sued a federal court in San Francisco against Apple Corporation. They claim that the company’s devices, called the AirTag, allegedly enabled their exes to track them down and terrorize them.

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