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D-Link Omna 180 Cam HD

Carrier Cor smart thermostat

Chamberlain Smart Garage Hub

ConnectSense Bluetooth Extender

Fibaro Flood Sensor HomeKit

Fibaro Door/Window Sensor

First Alert Onelink Environment Monitor

Honeywell Lyric Home Security and Control System

Incipio CommandKit Wi-Fi Smart Wall Switch

Kwikset Premis smart lock

Leviton Decora light switches

Lifx smart bulbs

Netatmo Smart Smoke Alarm

Sylvania Multicolor Smart Bulb

Withings Home Plus Wi-Fi cam

Yale smart locks

iDevices Instant Switch

Apple's HomeKit smart home platform is expanding its repertoire here at CES 2017. If you have an iPhone, you can control D-Link's Omna 180 Cam HD with your voice.

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Carrier's new smart thermostats work with both Alexa and Siri.

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Thanks to the Smart Garage Hub you'll be able to use Siri to control your garage door, check its status and include it within Apple HomeKit scenes.

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The ConnectSense Bluetooth Extender expands the communication range of Apple HomeKit products that use Bluetooth Low Energy.

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Fibaro's HomeKit-compatible Flood Sensor detects leaks in a flash so you can take swift action.

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Part of a trio of new products created by smart home company Fibaro, this door and window sensor is the first product of its kind to enjoy Apple HomeKit support.

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First Alert's HomeKit and Alexa-compatible Environment Monitor lets you use your voice to check on temperature, humidity and carbon monoxide levels in your child's room.

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Honeywell's integration with Apple HomeKit should now make it possible for you to say, "Siri, arm my Lyric Home Security and Control System."

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Incipio's dimmer switch should work with HomeKit when it hits stores in the first half of 2017.

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Use Apple's Home app to manage the Premis or rely on Siri voice controls to lock and unlock your front door.

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Leviton's new line of Decora Wi-Fi switches will work with Apple HomeKit -- and none of them will need a hub.

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Lifx is adding HomeKit smarts to work with its third-gen Wi-Fi bulbs this February.

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Netatmo's Smart Smoke Alarm is app-enabled and will also work with Apple HomeKit.

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Sylvania's HomeKit-compatible Multicolor Smart Bulb claims to offer a simple setup without the need for a separate hub.

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Withings' Home Plus camera works with Apple's HomeKit platform and Siri commands to adjust the built-in ambient LEDs in the bottom of the camera.

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The company's line of Yale Real Living Assure Locks and Yale NexTouch Wireless Locks are expected to work with Siri and Apple's Home app for iPhone starting in March.

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Don't want to spend big bucks for a fancy smart light switch? The simple iDevices Instant Switch could be what you seek. It links to other iDevices connected power products to control them.

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