This week, the biggest names in tech have gathered together in Las Vegas for one of the largest tech conferences in the world: The International Consumer Electronics Show. From checking out new eye-tracking technology to watching Justin Timberlake announce what’s next with Myspace, the biggest and baddest tech developers are in Sin City to debut the latest tech toys that the rest of us hope to play with tomorrow.
To feed our need to be constantly plugged in, today’s real estate world has responded by building hundreds of “smart homes” that are equipped with high-tech, state of the art security, appliances and more. (Check out the “2011 Smart Home” with automated high-tech media mirrors, solar panels and self-watering plants featured on Gizmodo.)
Listed at $56 million, this 30,000 square foot estate sits in one of the wealthiest zip codes in the country and has 12 bedrooms, 15 full and 4 partial baths. According to the listing, the home features a state of the art security system, heated driveway, high-tech appliances, gated motor court with six garages, generator and fire compressions system – all with the capability to be remotely controlled via smart phone from anywhere in the world.
The lavishly fancy digs has twelve foot high ceilings throughout, along with a heated 65-foot pool, separate pool house with kitchen and two baths, a theater room, basketball court, and full tennis court.