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Get the Kasa Spot Pan Tilt indoor security cam for $40 ($10 off) on Amazon

Outfitting your home with smart tech can get expensive, fast. If you're looking to keep an eye on things without going broke, Amazon's got Kasa's Spot Pan Tilt security camera for $40 ($10 off) right now.

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Save up to $34 on TP-Link Kasa indoor and outdoor cameras at Amazon

Are you stuck inside the house, wishing for any view of the outdoors beyond the tired tableaus of your home's windows? Or perhaps you need to keep an eye on your children while they attend school remotely as you work from home. Whatever your internet-connected camera needs may be, the latest deal on TP-Link's Kasa Spot Indoor Camera and Kasa Cam Outdoor can help you save up to $34 when compared to recent pricing data.

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Grab a Kasa Indoor Wi-Fi Camera for $45 ($35 off) at Best Buy

If you're looking to stock up on wireless home security cameras, you might want to grab a few from TP-Link's Kasa brand. Indoor, outdoor, and pan-and-tilt cameras are all on discount from some online retailers. But your best crack at getting available inventory as well as an extra discount is at Best Buy.

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Grab a TP-Link Tapo Smart Plug Mini 4-pack for $24 ($6 off) with coupon code

If you missed out on getting a 3-pack of TP-Link smart plugs for $30 last week, but are looking to get started with smartening up your home, you're in luck: TP-Link has a 4-pack of smart plugs for $24 right now on Amazon with a coupon code. But if you've already got an existing TP-Link setup, you'll want to keep in mind one major catch.

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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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Google's speakers and displays add local control of smart home devices, starting with Hue, TP-Link, more (Update: SDK live)

For years we've dreamed of the smart home, but when we anticipated it, we didn't really picture a dozen hubs littered all over our house that do nothing but control only one type of device. Sadly, that's the truth we've come to. But Google seems to be taking the first steps to remedy this situation, starting with opening local control of smart devices to all developers and smart home manufacturers.

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The best smart home devices you can buy right now (Spring 2020)

Millions of homes now contain a smart assistant speaker of some variety and sales of IoT products continue to grow as the market matures and prices come down across the sector. With so many options available, it's hard to know what to buy, and that's where we come in — this is a selection of our favorite smart home gadgets. Whether you want to just dip your toes in the water with a cheap Google Nest Mini or dive into the deep end with smart lights, cameras, thermostats, doorbells, and so on — we’ve got you covered.

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TP-Link refreshes its Deco mesh routers with Wi-Fi 6, priced starting $190

Wi-Fi 6 has been around for months, if not years, but we’re yet to see a wave of mass-market routers and mesh systems supporting the latest standard — even Google’s Nest Wifi eschewed it. That is set to change in 2020 as mainstream networking brands like TP-Link are already taking the lead. The company yesterday refreshed its Deco line of mesh routers with three new systems that bring the wireless protocol to more price segments.

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Stock up on smart plugs with TP-Link's 4-pack deal for $40 ($10 off)

Smart plugs are a bit like Google Home Minis: you probably have more of them than you need. If you have a genuine desire for more internet-connected outlets, a 4-pack of TP-Link's excellent Lite plugs is now just $39.99 for Black Friday. That's $10 off the usual price.

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TP-Link Kasa Smart Light Strip review: Voice-controlled RGB lights for your furniture

Light strips are pretty great. They can brighten up dark corners of your home, like under kitchen cabinets or inside closets, or they can bring ambiance to your furniture. What could be better than a light strip, you might ask? How about a smart light strip?

TP-Link announced the Kasa Smart Multicolor Light Strip (KL430) all the way back at CES 2019, and it was finally released last month. It packs 16 individual color zones and 10 preset animated lighting effects. I've been not-so-patiently waiting for the Smart Light Strip to arrive, and I'm not disappointed — even if some of the promised functionality isn't live yet.

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