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LAS VEGAS -- This pretty little August Smart Lock at CES 2014 comes in a few colors.

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The app has a real clean look to it.

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The $199 August Smart Lock is made of anodized aluminum with a 3.25-inch diameter.

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The app is available on Android and iOS.

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The lock sticks out less than 2 inches from your door.

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Installation is easy -- you only need a screwdriver.

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A durable, elegant home automation lock system.

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You can extend access to anyone you want via the app, from a cleaning person to your neighbor or a family member.

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A simple, streamlined solution for those of you who spend a lot of time searching for your keys, but always seem to have your phone within reach.

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$199 total -- no monthly fees or hourly installation rates like the Schlage and its Nexia upgrade.

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Four different color options (silver, dark grey, champagne, August red).

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The Yves Behar-designed smart lock is not only designed to compete with traditional lock systems, it's also a newer entrant into the quickly expanding smart lock market.

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This battery-powered lock doesn't rely on wireless or phone networks to operate -- it's all controlled via Bluetooth.

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