A wall-mounted touchscreen seems like an obvious addition to any smart home, but the Wink Relay suffers from high cost and underutliized potential.
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While the Wink Hub has some design and usability kinks to work out, its affordability and versatility make it a very desirable option for whole-home automation.
The benefits of an in-wall smart home control panel seem obvious, but too many limitations and still in-development features hold this one back.
These systems promise to serve as the brains behind a smarter, more connected home. How do they stack up?
The Wink Relay smartphone hub replaces a light switch and lets you control all your Wink-compatible devices from a simple console.
Unlike pricier protocol translators, Wink's $80 hub won't weigh you down.
The most recent update brought the official Wink feature back to Google Glass. Here's what you need to know and how to set it up.
Wink Hub controlling a model smart home.
At Quirky's model smart home in New York City, we saw the Wink Hub and all the devices it works with. Here's how appliances, lights, door locks, and more connect with the Wink app, and even interact with each other.