At just $29.99 per bulb, this automatable light source will fit nicely into existing home automation networks, serving as an appealing alternative to more expensive dimmer modules and smart switches.
You'll almost certainly need to expand upon this kit in order for your system to be particularly useful, and for the majority of buyers, we're not convinced that Insteon is worth the investment. Start elsewhere.
Thanks to an upcoming app update, Windows Phone 8.1 users will soon be able to call on the virtual assistant to check the thermostat or turn the lights off.
With exclusive features coming to Windows devices this June, the tech giant is officially getting into the home automation game.
Check out this fully automatable and surprisingly affordable smart bulb.
Owners of the Insteon Hub will be able to control Nest's Learning Thermostat alongside smart LEDs, motion detectors, wireless cameras, and other connected devices, within Insteon's app.
Insteon's long-lasting LED bulb is both automatable and affordable, and that's a very good idea.
We're not sure that Insteon's entry-level automation package stands up to the competion.
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