Samsung SmartThings Smart Home Hub, White
Average Battery Life: 10 hours • Batteries: 4 AA batteries required. (included) • Batteries Included?: Yes • Batteries Required?: Yes • Battery Cell Type: Alkaline • Color: White • Included Components: Samsung SmartThings Hub, Quick Start Guide • Item Package Quantity: 1 • ... Item Weight: 8 ounces • Item model number: F-HUB-US-2 • Part Number: F-HUB-US-2 • Power Source: battery powered • Style: SmartThings Hub • Usage: Home automation,Enerwave z-wave switch
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The Best Smart Hub | The Wirecutter
The Samsung SmartThings Hub is a polished, powerful option for tech-savvy We didn't include this professional service in our review, but it may be of change in the sensor and see it displayed in the app within a second or so. 2015; Megan Wollerton, SmartThings Hub (Second Generation) review: ...
The Best Smart Hub
After researching more than 20 smart hubs—the brains that let all of your smart-home devices work together—and then living with a half-dozen of them for a few months while putting them through their paces with an array of smart locks, thermostats, room sensors, switches, lights, and more, we think that theSamsung SmartThings Hubis the best hub for most people who want to buy right now. It’s competitively priced, is compatible with a large number of third-party devices, and supports most of the major wireless protocols relied on by smart devices. We think it’s important to note, however, that we struggle to fully throw our support behind any one model without substantial reservations. That isn’t to say we didn’t find a lot to like. The smart home is tremendously fun, especially for tinkerers, and the SmartThings hub is the most evolved among a number of well-rounded products out already. Still, to date, we don’t believe that any one smart hub is an unqualified, home-run purchase that would satisfy most people—our baseline standard. But if you’re ready to jump into an integrated smart home, we have plenty of advice for you.