The best cheap Home devices under $100

You don't need to be a millionaire to afford these Smart Home Devices

The best cheap Home devices under $100

Want to enjoy the benefits of a modern home, well you don’t have to be a millionaire to do it. There are more than a dozen intelligent Smart devices pushing the envelope of remarkable to a whole new level. And they are awfully cheap, easy to work with and an order away. With less than $100, you can acquire an automated Homekit system designed to make your life easier while at home or remotely. Change the temperature, play music, TV shows and set movies while away.

  1. iHome ISP100https://mogz.tech/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/iHome-ISP100.jpg

Most Smart home systems constantly concentrate on indoor solutions. That’s why we appreciated the iHome ISP100. It’s a solution for your outdoor requirements such as Christmas lights, porcelain fountain; all through your smartphone. This smart system is made to withstand the elements and work with other smart home systems for instance Alexa, Google Home and Apple HomeKit.

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  1. Samsung SmartThing Smart Home Hubhttps://mogz.tech/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/Samsung-SmartThing-Smart-Home-Hub-1.jpg

Own a bunch of random Smart Home devices? Well, get them all working together through this Samsung SmartThings Smart Home Hub. Your devices need a brain to lead them, so the Smart Home Hub connects wirelessly to issue commands. Literally teach your house new tricks while at home, asleep or away. Compatible devices include lights, speakers, locks, thermostats sensors and more.

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  1. Belkin WeMo Mini Smart Plughttps://mogz.tech/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/Belkin-WeMo-Mini-Smart-Plug.jpg

Simple but smart enough to make your dumb devices ‘”smart”. The Belkin WeMo is ideally a Mini Smart Plug that works with a free to download app to make your appliances controllable. You can control your lights, coffee maker, lamps, fans and others, better yet pre-set times automatically and remotely from your work place. The system uses voice control from Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant. Additionally, WeMo works with Nest and can sync with it easily.

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The TP-Link LB120 light bulb is as special, smart and reliable as they come. The bulbs connect directly to your Wi-Fi network without requiring a hub. Functionally, the bulbs can be dimmed and tuned on your Smartphone through the free kasa app. Set the mood for your dinner or reading hours with ease without moving an inch. LB120 voice control can be done through Amazon Alexa or Google Home.

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  1. Amazon Echo Dothttps://mogz.tech/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/Amazon-Echo-Dot-e1516671297601.jpg

The Echo Dot is probably the most common and sang after voice control system in the market right now. It is among the least expensive ways to smarten your home. The Echo Dot allows you to make control other Smart Home devices, play music, make calls, send and receive messages, read news, set the alarm, read an audio book among others.

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  1. Honeywell Wi-Fi Thermostathttps://mogz.tech/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/Honeywell-Wi-Fi-Thermostat.jpg

The Honeywell Thermostat (RTH6580WF) doesn’t brag of pomp and color. It has a simple display but works just as well as other flashy systems from Nest and Ecobee. Further still, it costs barely half the market price of a flashy system but connects to just about an equal number of Smart Home systems as its competition.

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  1. Weber iGrill Minihttps://mogz.tech/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/Weber-iGrill-Mini.jpg

You don’t have to be a master Chef to cook that steak to perfect roast. The iGrill Mini monitors your food from the start to the end and notifies you when it’s ready to leave the grill. Get alerts to your smartphone through its app of your meats temperature and doneness without lifting a finger.

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Victor R

A lover of MacBook Air and Pro line of laptops, Victor has been a tech enthusiast and guest blogger for numerous websites. Now, he explores tech; focusing mainly on PCs, laptops, gadgets and trending tech news