Updated from 6:57 a.m. with Tuesday stock prices.
For starters, Whirlpool introduced a new washer that lets you fill it with a month's worth of detergent and it automatically dispenses the right amount of detergent per load. The washer connects with Amazon's (AMZN) Dash Replenishment system and will automatically reorder your detergent when it's running low.
Whirlpool also introduced a dryer that senses when the clothes are dry to avoid overdrying them.
The washer dryer combo will be available come May for $2,500 to $3,000.
Moving to the kitchen, Whirlpool has developed a new smart dishwasher (also hooked up to Amazon Dash Replenishment) to reorder dish detergent automatically when supply's running low. And there's a new smart oven that lets you preheat, start, stop and adjust the temperature and cook time from a smartphone app.
The new smart fridge has a party mode that speeds up ice production and maintains the temperature even when the door is being constantly opened and closed. It will also alert you when there's a power or Wi-Fi outage or when you need to change the air and water filters.
"From the automatic production of more ice when entertaining guests to alert notifications so families know when the refrigerator loses power, our new smart kitchen suite is packed with home automation features that allow families, whether in the other room or out running errands, to better care for each other and their home," said Ben Artis, senior manager for connectivity strategy at Whirlpool, in a statement.
On top of these commercial devices, Whirlpool is displaying its conceptual smart kitchen at CES to show what it envisions in the future.
The smart kitchen will sync with a family's schedule to accurately time meal prep. It remembers family members' favorite foods and nutritional goals to suggest personalized recipes. And it uses smart vessels that can detect their contents and heat or cool them appropriately.
Whirlpool's stock has had a difficult 12 months, down about 20% since January 2015. But the company bucked the broader market on Monday, tacking on 0.87% to close at $148.15. The stock was down 1.4% Tuesday in morning trading.
In its most recent quarter, the company reported revenue of $5.3 billion, up 9.4% year over year, with earnings of $3.45 a share, up 13.5% year over year.
Whether or not these shiny new gadgets will restore investor confidence, only time will tell.