Tour Wink’s Connected Smart Home

Hardware startup Quirky just launched a smarthome hub and app following their recent partnership with GE. What followed was a collaboration with retailer Home Depot and other brands. The Wink Home is meant to bring the future of home automation to more people thanks to it’s affordable on-boarding price. The demo you see is an outfitted apartment in New York City. Maybe in the future competitors like Nest and SmartThings will offer similar entry level options.

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Chris McGraw says:

Shit outta luck if you’ve already bought TCP bulbs! BS!

Aaron McMahon says:

I hope it works with geo location so my lights turn on when I get home. Sync with my phones alarm clock to turn on my lights when my alarm goes off in the morning. Unlock the door when you pull into the drive way and lock when you leave. Automation is what I am looking for.

girmai001 says:

This is a great product, mixing all these singular ideas into one giant hub. I luv it

Tytygh says:

Those eyes at 3:!7…

AMP Tech says:

TV control TV control where’s the TV control? They’re most probably connected too like smart tv and TiVo or the networked av receivers

T Payne says:

This is garbage. I had to exchange twice and finally got refund. Issues connecting and when connected controls are faulty. Be warned and keep your receipt

Сергей Хазов says:


dexter knowles says:

Would if power is off ?

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RiffsNShit says:

Razer nabu! >:D

Javier Pino says:

Where can I find those blinds that are wireless

T Payne says:

Wonder why they don’t do a full video of install

#Hashtag says:

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I tried.

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