I have my hands on the Aqara Smart Switch, the Aqara Smart Plug, an Aqara Cube (a kind of cool-looking remote control with 6 possible gestures) and an Aqara Hub M2 that orchestrates them all. These devices use ZigBee 3.0 for communication, which is pretty good. In addition to the Aqara mobile app, you can use your native Apple HomeKit, Alexa, or Google Assistant to control Aqara devices and perform automation and scenes. Let's see what automations I manage to create. https://preview.redd.it/nn8mi0ixy7o71.jpg?width=360&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=21e613366e64ef03e562548de72241ffa59da121 SEE HERE 👉 [https://youtu.be/L6pHxM3LOBU](https://youtu.be/L6pHxM3LOBU) READ HERE 👉 https://peyanski.com/aqara-hub-m2-smart-switch-smart-plug-cube-review/ Cheers, Kiril
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