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Smart thermostats for all

Here's a running list of the smart thermostats we've reviewed to date.

While they have different designs and rely on different smart features, they all have one thing in common: voice control functionality.

Read on to find out more about the smart thermostats available today.

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Honeywell Wi-Fi Smart Thermostat

Honeywell's Wi-Fi Smart Thermostat works with Amazon Alexa.

It also has a large touchscreen display for easy access to a variety of settings.

Similar to Nest's Learning Thermostat, this model has built-in algorithms that try to adapt to your schedule over time and auto-adjust your heat and air conditioning for you.

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Honeywell Lyric Smart Thermostat

The Honeywell Lyric Smart Thermostat can talk with Siri through Apple HomeKit or Alexa via the Amazon Echo, Echo Dot or Tap speakers.

It also has geofencing capabilities tied to your phone's location. When you leave home, the Lyric should automatically adjust to a more energy efficient temp. And when you return, it should auto-adjust back to a more comfortable setting.

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Honeywell Lyric T5 Smart Thermostat

Honeywell's Lyric T5 works with Apple HomeKit and Amazon Alexa devices, so you have a couple of different ways to adjust this thermostat with your voice.

It also has geofencing capabilities. Simply set a home and away radius and let the Lyric T5 adjust the heat and air conditioning for you.

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Honeywell Wi-Fi Smart Thermostat with Voice Control

A precursor to today's Alexa-, Siri- and Google-Assistant-enabled smart thermostats, you'll still find Honeywell's Wi-Fi Smart Thermostat with Voice Control on select store shelves.

It has a large touchscreen interface you can ask it to adjust the temperature after the wake-up phrase, "Hello, Thermostat."

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Ecobee3 Wi-Fi Smart Thermostat

Unlike the Nest Learning Thermostat, the Ecobee3 uses remote sensors to help determine if someone's home or away.

It also works with Amazon Alexa, Apple HomeKit, Samsung SmartThings, Wink and IFTTT.

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Ecobee3 Lite Smart Thermostat

Ecobee's Ecobee3 Lite works with a ton of smart home platforms: Amazon Alexa, Apple HomeKit, Samsung SmartThings, Wink and IFTTT.

The Lite model may look like the original Ecobee3, but it doesn't come with a remote sensor for tracking your home and away status.

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Emerson Sensi Wi-Fi Programmable Thermostat

The Emerson Sensi Wi-Fi Programmable Thermostat doesn't have algorithmic learning, geofencing or standalone presence sensors.

It does, however, work with Amazon Alexa.

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Typical Price: £341.45

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Lux Geo Thermostat

The Lux Geo Thermostat has geofencing capabilities for automatic home and away modes.

You can also set a recurring heating and cooling schedule in the related Lux app.

The thermostat's flexible design can be mounted either vertically or horizontally.

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Nest Learning Thermostat, 2015

The Nest Learning Thermostat uses algorithms to adapt to your daily routine.

It's built-in sensors help detect whether you're home or away and will adjust the temperature automatically.

It also works with Amazon Alexa devices and the Google Home.

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iDevices Thermostat

iDevices' smart thermostat doesn't have as much connected tech as some of its competitors, but it does work with Apple HomeKit for Siri voice control.

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