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iDevices Dimmer Switch makes your home smarter

by – on September 1st, 2017

Since we have smartwatches and smartphones, why not make sure that the home is also smarter with the kind of hardware that we have in our possession? This is what iDevices has set out to do with the iDevices Dimmer Switch. The iDevices Dimmer Switch is special in a sense that it is the first major product release after being acquired by Hubbell Incorporated earlier in 2017. This particular home accessory will surely enrich the offerings of builders as well as professional installers, where it plays the role of being a hub-less smart switch which will play nice with a trio of extremely important services — Siri, Alexa and the Google Assistant. Certainly, the iDevices Dimmer Switch fits the role of an all-in-one easy-to-use product perfectly!

 It does not matter if you are a DIY enthusiast, a home builder, or a professional installer, you are now able to fulfill the needs of those who would like to build or upgrade a smart home. It does not matter whether the homeowner is a Siri, Alexa or Google Assistant fan, the iDevices Dimmer Switch is able to “talk” to all three platforms seamlessly.

The iDevices Dimmer Switch will join the ranks of the iDevices Wall Switch, Wall Outlet, and Thermostat, making it another important addition as a core offering when it comes to premium smart home solutions. Some of the unique features that the iDevices Dimmer Switch comes with include customizable dimming capabilities that prevent low-level bulb flicker and last-state brightness memory, being versatile enough to fit into virtually all walls of any home thanks to its sleek, minimalist design, enhanced functionality with simple installation, and being able to deliver as a customizable LED night light. The Dimmer Switch can be picked up for $99.95 apiece, just make sure that your mobile device is running on iOS 8.1 or newer and Android 4.3 or newer.

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