What to Look for When Buying Smart Home Devices
What to look for when choosing specific types of Smart Home products depends a lot on the product category. For example, smart lighting has other things to consider than smart kitchen appliances. “For people who aren't tech-savvy, the idea of a smart home can be intimidating,” said JC Murphy, president of Savant Systems, an independent Miami-based smart home integration company." For that reason, something as simple as a smart light bulb is a great starting point. A standard A19 smart bulb can be screwed in and then easily set up in the manufacturer's app to control color and on/off. A smart plug is another simple product. It plugs into a standard wall outlet and then any device connected to it can be easily turned on and off via an app, whether at home or on the road. Here are seven things to consider that all smart devices have in common:
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