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Wyze finally releases add-on Keypad for its smart lock

Last year, budget-friendly smart home company Wyze announced its first smart lock, the appropriately named Wyze Lock. The company started taking pre-orders for the $90 Lock straight away, and we saw the hardware arrive a couple months back. But though the Lock itself had landed, we were still waiting to get the full picture on the optional Wyze Lock Keypad, which was announced alongside the Lock, but without pricing details or a firm release date. Now it's finally available, landing on the company's store for just about $20.

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Google's new Nest Mini is a steal at just $20 ($30 off)

The Nest Mini is an excellent compact speaker that lets you interact with Google Assistant, sounds great, and can hear you better than the first generation. Despite its relatively steep price, it was still worth buying, but now that you can snatch one for just $20, there's no reason for you not to get one.

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Save up to $250 in the biggest Nest sale since Black Friday

Now is the perfect time to work on those little home improvement projects you've been putting off. Whether you've been mulling over creating an entire smart-home from scratch or just looking to replace an aging device or two, there are few more dependable names in the game than Nest. Right now, you can save up to $250 during the biggest Nest sale we've seen since Black Friday.

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Kasa Smart Plug 3-packs discounted to all-time low of $30 on Amazon

Well, we're at home right now. Still. Might as well take some time and effort to improve it. One way you can do that is automating your light fixtures, electronics, and appliances. Enter the TP-Link Kasa Smart Plug — Amazon is selling 3-packs for a surprisingly good price.

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Today only: Keep an eye on your front door with the Arlo Video Doorbell for $110 ($40 off)

Now that most of the world is on lockdown, a lot of people are ordering online, and what's more convenient than seeing who's at your door than checking it from the comfort of your couch? Arlo's Video Doorbell is a great option to consider, especially now that it's down to just $110 on Woot.

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Today only: Grab two Nest Hub smart displays for just $100

Smart displays are a convenient way to make your home more intelligent: They can help with everyday queries, be of assistance when cooking, and blast some tunes when you feel like dancing. With this deal, you can get two Nest Hubs for just $100, which is significantly cheaper than purchasing them separately. It's particularly handy if you live in a big house or even if you'd like to give one away as a gift.

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Ecobee launches Haven security subscription alongside Alexa SmartCamera

Ecobee is mostly known for its smart thermostat, but the company has decided to foray into an adjacent business field: home security. It has announced its new Haven subscription that takes advantage of existing SmartThermostats and SmartSensors and introduced its first security camera and sensors for doors and windows.

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FCC reveals Wyze Cam Outdoor details including internal battery and indoor base station

Wyze's upcoming Outdoor Cam has just cruised past the FCC ahead of its upcoming launch. First spotted by Zatz Not Funny!, the listing includes internal/external product images and a product manual. Between the two, we have a good idea of what it looks like, we know it is battery powered with a detachable magnetic mount, and we know it will connect to a remote base station.

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The JBL Link View smart display is down to just $100 at Best Buy ($200 off MSRP)

If you're quarantined at home, you might enjoy the company of a smart display. It'll help you get through your day, cook, and stay in touch with loved ones. JBL's Link View offers excellent audio quality, combined with a front-facing camera and microphones, letting you enjoy a complete smart display experience. When it came out, the device cost about $300, but it's now down to just $100 at Best Buy.

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Samsung Smart View app for controlling older TVs is shutting down October 5

TVs used to be devices you could use for many years without any regression in functionality, but that changed with the advent of smart TVs. As with phones and computers, the 'smart' functionality in most modern TVs has a shelf life, and now Samsung is cutting support for a key feature on some of its older models.

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