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Ecobee4

Ecobee4 is new smart home device developed to make your life easier, itís primarily designed to be a thermal home regulator, but itís the first one to offer voice-enabled Alexa. It features several sensors that have presence detection and adjust the room to the desired temperature once they detect someone is in. Along with this cool (or hot) feature you also get some extra functions such as asking Alexa to read you the news, playing your favorites playlist or displaying the weather for the week ahead. Another nice feature is that you can pair it with up to 32 sensors that you may distribute by the rooms of your choice. Its Far-Field voice technology enables it to hear you from across the room and its smart managing unit will also work with IOS, Android devices and more, such as Apple HomeKit or SamsungSmartThings... watch the video below

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