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August 3, 2017 - inconnu - A high-tech salt shaker is set to revolutionise dinner tables.The Bluetooth-enabled Smalt serves up salt manually or via an app.But it can talk to Amazonâ€™s Alexa home-help gadget, stream music and is equipped with colour-changing mood lighting.SMALT dispenses salt with a shake/pinch of your smartphone screen or simply turning the dial manually.The app also helps track your sodium intake for those trying to cut down.A spokesman for Californian company Herb & Body which is behind Smalt, said:â€ You can also dispense salt virtually with intuitive hand gestures.â€œSimply shake your phone to shake out salt or pinch the screen of the smartphone to dispense a pinch of salt. â€œThereâ€™s also a function if you just want to judge the amount using your eyes.â€The company added:â€ Smalt is not just an amazing addition to your smart home.â€œIt's a fun way to shake up the night.â€œ More than just a centrepiece and more than just a salt dispenser, Smalt is a conversation starter and a great way to entertain guests. â€œOne in three Americans have high blood pressure and many more are at risk. â€œBecause of this, many have to control their salt consumption.â€œSmalt offers an easy and fun way to monitor and control your consumption using smart tech. â€œWhether itâ€™s a pinch or an exact, measured amount, the device can be an entertaining way to keep you on the right track towards a healthier heart.Smalt connects with Amazon Echo to provide users with voice interface.Users ask the Alexa voice interface on the Echo to dispense the desired amount of salt from Smalrt.Herb & Body is a lifestyle company committed to using smart technology to enhance lives. It says its aim is to develop smart home devices that aspire to make ordinary life more fun, easier, and healthier. The spokesman added:â€ Connected kitchen is the next wave of smart home tools and our companyâ€™s ambition is to be at th
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