Automating each and every light in the CNET Smart Home

We’ve tested a number of different products and approaches to smart lighting. Now, it’s time to go all-in.

CNET February 25, 2016

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Let’s light up this joint! Whole-home smart lighting in the CNET Smart Home
Smartening up an entire home’s worth of lights might seem like a big job, but it’s easier than you might think. Here’s how we did it at the CNET Smart Home. READ MORE »
Andrew Gebhart
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