Is Nest getting into the home entertainment space?
The company that makes a smart thermostat, smart smoke detector, and home security camera is teasing that it has something new to show off later this month.
And in the invite to reporters the company teases that you'll need popcorn and a comfy couch for the big announcement on September 20.
Is this some smart-home gadget tied to the TV?
Whatever Nest has in store has reporters stumped.
There have been no rumors or leaks of what the team could be cooking up.
If Nest isn't making a gadget tied to the living room, it could be a partnership with another smart-home gadget or a Google product.
Nest is a sister company to Google under the Alphabet umbrella.
It is famous for the Nest learning thermostat, and just a couple of days ago, the company released a cheaper model, called the Thermostat E. It is retailing for about $170.
It also recently launched a new security camera, called the NestCam IQ.
That retails For $300.
I'm Bridget Carey and while we wait to see what Nest has in store you can read full reviews of Nest's other gadgets at Cnet.com.
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