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In this episode of HomeKit Insider, your hosts reveal the launch date of Eva’s HomeKit shades, talk about the new Mysa controller, talk about a high quality secure video camera and much more.
Eve, along with Coulisse, announced the imminent availability of HomeKit compatible shades. There is no exact date yet, but they have revealed that they will come in early 2022, which is only a few months away at this time. Eve MotionBlinds will be the first to support Thread for simplified installation and use.
Mysa has announced its second-generation electric baseboard heater, which will make its way to North America. Wozart said that Sense Pro will be the first occupancy sensor to come on HomeKit, different from existing motion sensors and that it should be more accurate in detecting when people are in a room.
The latest news was from Zorachka, who announced a high-quality HomeKit Secure camcorder, which he presents to Homam. For its $ 400 price tag, it includes spot compensation, texture enhancement, IR-optimized night mode, USB-C, color correction, distortion correction, and more. We are looking to try to decipher why its price is so high and if it is worth it.
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