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The Securifi Almond 3 is a a router, range extender and smart home hub all in one. But that's not it -- it also has a touchscreen and voice control support.

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Make a 'scene'

Scenes are like shortcuts for your automation settings.

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A router with a touchscren

The touchscreen on the front makes it easy to initially set up as a router.

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Parental controls

Want to restrict the Wi-Fi on your kids laptop? Easy peasy. Just use the app.

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Z-compatibility

It's compatible with Zigbee 1.2 and Z-Wave support, although the latter requires a dongle.

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See your devices

The app, available for Apple and Android devices, makes it easy to see all of the connected devices on your network.

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One or more

You can use the Almond 3 as a solo router, or add additional units to extend your Wi-Fi range.

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Available in July

The Securifi Almond 3 hits stores in July.

You can preorder one at the discounted price of $119 (usually $149) or a pack of three for $299 (usually $399).

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