I've purchased numerous smart plugs and set up far too many strip octopi to control my devices from my phone or hub. However, if I had known about the Kasa Smart Plug Power Strip HS300, currently available at a discounted price during Amazon's "Prime Big Deal Days," it would have saved me a ton of effort. Not only does it function as a surge protector (which is always beneficial due to power grid instability), but it also possesses six smart outlets. I understand that this may seem like an exaggeration in my post, but there's a valid reason for it. Each smart outlet can be assigned a different function, and I haven't come across any other smart strip with such a vast number of smart sockets. Imagine creating a dazzling light display for the holidays, controlling your office equipment, or managing a greenhouse. The possibilities are endless, and this strip offers convenience in twelve different scenarios without much hassle. Best of all, it's now 50% off on Amazon Prime Big Deal Days, so you can purchase a $79.99 comic for only $39.99.
The Kasa Smart Plug Power Strip HS300 does not require a hub as it is compatible with the Kasa app, as well as Alexa and Google. However, it doesn't currently support Apple HomeKit. Although Kasa plans to integrate HomeKit support in the future, the comic cannot be used with HomeKit as a hub for now. If you're a HomeKit user, it doesn't mean you can't utilize the strip, but you won't be able to integrate it with HomeKit. Instead, you'll need to rely on the Kasa app. The bright white color of the strip may be too overwhelming for dark offices, but it should blend well with most interior designs. I particularly appreciate the flat, angled plug as it allows for a low-profile placement behind furniture.
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