It’s the triumph of simplicity and elegance. But it also means the success of technological sophistication. This is SMILE’s greatest virtue: its ability to make the complex simple. The latest new feature from Fermax is an ultra-slimline hands-free monitor that allows the user to manage its high performance options by simple intuitive gestures.
Fermax announces the market launch of the new video door entry monitor: SMILE. A hands-free terminal full of new functionalities. An advanced management system for the home, high-performance and intuitive, which takes the language of cutting-edge technologies as its own.
But best of all, its sophisticated interior is presented in the simplest way possible for the user. Morphologically, the monitor is a smooth, flat white terminal equipped with a TFT colour screen and a keypad with such surprising features as an additional keyboard that remains invisible until the user needs it. Thanks also to its extreme thinness and rounded corners, the set conveys an immediate impression of freshness and elegance.
This design has been extended beyond the surface to achieve the best usability. The result is a user interface that offers simple and intuitive use. So much so, that the user is able to program any of the equipment's several functions easily, with no need for previous instructions.
SMILE comes in two different formats: with a 7” or 3,5” screen, both suitable for surface or flush mounted installation. In the former case, the monitor stands out 20 mm from the wall; if the flush option is chosen (in this case a frame is supplied to provide a perfect finish), the visible profile is only 4 mm.
SMILE provides advanced features as standard: different ringtones, do-not-disturb option, panic call and elevator control, among others. And as usual in all products from Fermax, it has different elements to facilitate accessibility to everyone.
SMILE, highlighted by the prestigious professional association ADI-FAD as one of the best designed products of 2013, is a project by Ramón Benedito, National Design Prizewinner in 1992 and Fermax's Worldwide Design Partner.