LG's new SmartThinQ Hub wants to control the connected home
Hey I'm here at the LG booth checking out the LG Smartthinq HUB.
This is a new smart home HUB from LG that is gonna work with a variety of smart home products and work with a variety of different platforms as well.
Speaking multiple wireless languages to talk to everything in your home.
It also works as a wireless music streamer so if you wanted to pull up a radio station on iHeart Radio or stream some music from your phone you could.
You can use the speaker for that as well.
LG's also showing off the SmartThinQ Sensor.
We first saw this back in Berlin at IFA in December.
This is a small little device that's gonna help you track humidity and temperature and track the energy usage of your appliances.
And pipe that all back into SmartThinQ hubs.
That'll be sort of the center point of your smart home.
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