iHome, a leader in award-winning speakers, portable devices and smart home control solutions, announced this week that its SmartPlug products are now supported by the popular line of AmazonAlexa devices, including Amazon Echo, Amazon Tap, Echo Dot and Amazon Fire TV. This announcement further delivers on iHome's unique commitment to ensuring its iHome Control™ product line is compatible with all leading IoT platforms.
iHome WiFi SmartPlug turns any connected device into a smart device. By adding an Amazon Alexa device to to their iHome SmartPlug network, customers can enjoy the simplicity of using their voice to control their evolving smart home. Each device in the home will have a unique name, so one need only say, “Alexa, turn off the bedroom light” or “Alexa, turn on the living room fan” to operate that device. Learn more about the iHome WiFi SmartPlug here.
iHome's Alexa enabled iHome Control Products Include:
- ISP5 SmartPlug: capable of switching on and off lights, fans, room ACs and appliances
- ISP6 SmartPlug (available next month): capable of switching on and off lights, fans and appliances, remote-capable
- ISP8 SmartPlug (available next month): capable of switching on and off lights, fans and appliances, also allows users to monitor their energy usage, includes remote control
“We're excited to continue to expand the Alexa smart home offerings with iHome's SmartPlug product line,” said Charlie Kindel, Director Amazon Alexa Smart Home. “With SmartPlug, customers now have even more options to control their lights, fans and more — all hands-free using just their voice.”
“By adding support for Amazon Alexa to iHome's SmartPlug platform, we deliver an incredible experience to our customer,” said Gary Schultz, Director of Business and Product Development at iHome. “Voice control is no longer limited to playing music or checking the weather — now, people can control lights, room ACs, heaters, fans, humidifiers and more by just speaking to their Alexa-enabled devices.”
iHome's SmartPlug products are compatible with several leading IoT platforms including Amazon Alexa, Apple HomeKit, Nest, Samsung SmartThings and Wink.