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An 'all-in-one' smart device on your wall

The NuBryte Touchpoint replaces your lightswitch with a touch panel full of features. The single-panel version costs $250. The $260 version of NuBryte replaces a two-switch panel.

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Lights

When you approach, the infrared presence sensor turns on the screen and lets you control the lights.

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Screensaver

The screensaver shows the time. You can also customize it to show photos.

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Timers

NuBryte has a timer and alarm clock.

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Weather

It'll show you the current temperature both indoors by the switch and outside.

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Forecasts

You can even see the week's weather forecast.

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Security

Hit the alarm button on the right, and you'll have a grace period to leave before the motion sensor activates.

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Energy monitoring

Finally, you can use NuBryte to monitor the energy of your lights.

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Settings

The settings panel lets you customize the screen brightness and the names of your lights among other things.

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The app

You can also control NuBryte via its iOS and Android app. Here's the app's lighting panel, home page and preset modes.

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Intercom

If you have multiple NuBrytes, you can use the camera and microphone as an intercom.

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Shutter

If you want privacy, flip the shutter.

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The cam

Otherwise, the camera will record video should an alarm sound in security mode.

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Center of your smart home

NuBryte brings lighting controls, security, a calendar, and energy monitoring to an easy-to-use touchscreen.

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