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Bank on the Smart Home TV Hub

Advantages of the Smart Home TV Hub

Bank on the Smart Home TV Hub

Home automation is becoming more of a standard than a luxury. Technology companies are looking for ways to make controlling smart devices more user-friendly. They started by making your home smart devices accessible through your smartphone. This was genius because we all have one, we keep them with us, and we rely on them daily. However, there is a new movement in the smart home industry. The smart home TV hub connects all of the smart devices in your home, similarly to the way your smart phone can now. Companies are banking on this new idea, and here’s why:

Total Control: One Trip or Two

Total Control: One Trip or Two

We all try to operate as efficiently as possible. We do things like keep calendars and make lists. Some say that it’s the smallest problems that cause the greatest frustrations. Total Control gives you the tools that will allow you to adapt to those scenarios.

Nest Protect: Not Your Parents Smoke Detector

What makes Nest Protect Smart?

Nest Protect: Not Your Parents Smoke Detector

Many devices have fallen from grace in the wake of the smartphone. Some examples are standalone: the GPS, the Disc-man, and even the digital camera. Your dishcloth may never go the way of the Disc-man, but it is being replaced in at least one way by technology. Nest Protect is not your parents smoke detector.

One Remote to Rule Them All

We have to laugh sometimes at the necessity of the “remote caddy,” another thing that takes up space in your home. Doesn’t it seem silly to have separate remotes for your television, your cable or satellite system, and your DVD or Blu-Ray player? Given the frequency with which you have to switch remotes to watch a favorite show or movie, it’s no surprise that people get frustrated. What happens, too, when you lose one of those remotes and can’t watch anything at all?