TAGS: amazon-alexa | amazon-echo | voice-control
What Does the Newest Version of the Voice Control Device Have to Offer?
By now, you probably know about the Amazon Echo, the online retailer’s “smart” voice control device. With it, you can control many of the technology components around your house, just by saying a command. You could even use it with your smart home automation system – just connect it with a platform and start commanding the lights, shades, AV and other devices in your home. But now Amazon is making a play for smart home dominance with the release of the Echo Plus. They claim it will be the only smart home hub you need. So will the Echo Plus really replace your smart home system? Keep reading for the answer.
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TAGS: amazon-alexa | google-home | voice-control
Finding the Words That Make Your System Work
Amazon Alexa and other voice control interfaces have revolutionized the way we interact with our smart homes. Homeowners who have never thought about integrating their technology have come around thanks to popular devices like Amazon’s Echo and Dot. One of the most common uses for them is home lighting control solutions. The convenience of voice control makes turning your lights on and off almost as fun as playing with the dimmer when you were a kid. In this blog, we’ll explore the different ways you can enjoy voice control with your smart lighting system.
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TAGS: nest | smart-home-automation | sonos | voice-control
Enjoy a Smarter Home With This Tech
With a new year ahead and lots of tech coming down the line, your Springfield, IL smart home automation system could be in for big upgrades in 2017. At this year’s recently held CES event, one of the largest technology conventions in the world, plenty of new smart gadgets made their debut. In this blog, we’ll highlight some of the biggest trends we’ve noticed at the gathering. Read on to find out how your property could change in the coming months.
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