New Connected Home Device Triby Hits 100K Sent Messages 3 Weeks After Launch

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Triby, the most family-oriented connected home device for the kitchen, launched on October 30 and is already a must have item

Meet Triby, the connected home device for the kitchen.

Invoxia, the French tech company innovating the way people communicate, today announced that only 3 weeks after the official launch of its first connected home device Triby, users have sent 100,000 messages or doodles through the system. Messages or doodles are created from the Triby mobile phone application, and sent to Triby’s always-on device display at home. Kids love to see Triby’s yellow flag pop out to indicate that a new message has arrived.

Love notes, reminders, good luck messages, jokes, welcome messages, and drawings are among what has been shared so far. With 100,000 messages sent through Triby, users have saved the equivalent of a 31-foot pile of sticky notes.

Thanksgiving is approaching fast and it’s time to sit and reflect about what we are all thankful for. At invoxia, we are thankful for Triby’s first users to have fully embraced its doodling feature. What about you?

About Triby
Triby is a connected home device designed for the kitchen, and made to connect the whole family. It is perfect for both cooking aficionados who want to enjoy great music and hands-free calls in the kitchen, and busy families who want to stay in touch throughout the day with free calls and messages.
Triby is available on Amazon Launchpad

About Invoxia
Founded in 2010, invoxia is a high tech company innovating the way people communicate by designing, developing and manufacturing telecommunication products and connected devices. The company’s driving vision is to enhance the communication experience at home and at the office by better design, simplified VoIP user experience and exceptional sound quality with its cutting-edge In Vivo Acoustic ® technology. Invoxia is a privately held company based in France with offices in Switzerland, China and USA. For more information visit:

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