Voice activation meets SmartThings and Belkin WeMo

\ubca8\ub77c\uc870 (\ud638\ud154) - \uc704\ud0a4\ubc31\uacfc, \uc6b0\ub9ac \ubaa8\ub450\uc758 \ubc31\uacfc\uc0ac\uc804id=”cnetReview” section=”rvwBody”> United Computer Intelligence Corporation

Toronto-based startup United Computer Intelligence Corporation (UCIC) has been kicking around the concept of Ubi, “the ubiquitous computer,” for quite some time. Like Ivee Sleek, Ubi is a voice-activated smart home gadget that’s supposed to help you automate your life hands-free. And starting today, you can buy one for 바카라사이트 $299 on Theubi.com.

Ubi has that same square-with-rounded-edges shape as the Nest Protect and the Rachio Iro . It’s powered by a wall adapter and connects to your local Wi-Fi so you can interact with your smart home whenever you want, 카니발카지노 Siri-style. Ivee Sleek and other voice-control smart-home products like the Honeywell Wi-Fi Smart Thermostat with Voice Control haven’t blown us away, 우리카지노쿠폰 but that doesn’t mean we wouldn’t welcome one that works well, offers more than a few commands and keeps to a reasonable price point.