At first glance, this sleek mirror, an ideal size for a hallway or bathroom, looks like any other. But it actually possesses voice-activated and touchscreen capabilities, turning it from decorative piece to Google-enabled tablet once it’s turned on. Using Android’s operating system and Google’s Voice Assistant technology, it can do anything from checking traffic on your commute to work to pulling up YouTube beauty tutorials as you get ready in the morning. (Perhaps more urgently, it can even turn on your smart coffee maker.) It also has the ability to toggle between different user accounts—it can recognize up to six different voices—allowing everyone in the home to personalize their experience.