E Fun embraces the Internet of Things with new DIY kits

E Fun branches out to automation and security at CES 2015 with three comprehensive smart home kits.

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LAS VEGAS -- The Internet of Things is in full swing here at CES 2015.

We've already spied a smart Whirlpool washer and dryer duo , new app-enabled Parrot plant care products and oh, so much more.

Now, E Fun has announced a line of home automation and security products called "Nexturn," available in a Bronze, Silver and Gold bundled kits.

Each kit includes a ZigBee hub, a smart plug, a smart bulb converter, two door sensors and a magnetic binding bar. The Silver kit also tacks on a wireless switch and two motion sensors and the Gold kit adds a Wi-Fi camera.

All of these products are expected to be available in March, for $159 (Bronze kit), $199 (Silver kit), $299 (Gold kit).

You can also add on an additional smart plug for $30, a smart bulb converter for $25, door and window sensors for $20, a magnet binding bar for $10, a wireless switch for $20 and a Wi-Fi camera for $80.

E Fun's new suite of smart home products are all accessible on the Nexturn Android and iOS app so you can control various devices conveniently on-the-go.

Find out more about Nexturn here and don't miss the rest of our CES 2015 coverage.

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