CNET First Look
Smarten up your home even more with the Belkin WeMo Insight SwitchBelkin's new slim, energy-tracking smart home power plug improves upon the original.
Who I'm rich brown from CNET they're gonna take a look at the Belkin -- -- insight switch. This is the latest addition to Duncan's we most Smart product line. It's similar to another plug -- cells. But this one has an updated design and has a new power consumption tracking feature was actually pretty useful sort of basic functionality this is pretty much the same as original model. You play -- in an input device into it and then set it up on your Smart phone and through your Smartphone -- -- -- control power to that device. You can use apt to control basic programming -- like that are not -- -- route certain data week. You can also extend the functionality through F which is -- if this then that protocol in his throat if that that we don't insights which actually becomes really useful with certain if recipes you can use advice that -- turn off the device after it's used a certain amount of power. Our efforts drawn power to a certain dollar amount it would then becomes pretty handy from regulating state TV usage game console usage or even just being -- -- a more aware. How much you're spending based on -- air conditioning -- Cancels a few issues that housing is still pretty big even us about half as much as the original so if you played until power outlet it might block energy -- finally -- is kind of -- -- there's no state hub to connect your home Wi-Fi network. In fact -- projects its own little Wi-Fi network that you use to go through and it's really just kind of complicated and doesn't really work as smoothly as it should. Overall though this is a pretty useful device it's a low risk -- -- -- home automation it's only 59 bucks it is no big financial -- It actually has some interesting programming features through -- and its own software and it's really pretty easy to recommend for anybody Anderson and jumping into the -- -- I'm rich brown this is the Belkin -- -- and site switching who. Ooh ooh ooh.