Point And Control Your Smart Home Devices With The SevenHugs Smart Remote

By   November 10, 2016

Tech giants have worked diligently to create unique Smart Home remotes. The Logitech Harmony and INSTEON Mini are among the many remotes that have become a part of local Smart-Connected networks. With this said, many people have been drawn to Voice Automation and Gesture Control Technologies, because they support a hands-free interaction. Everyone has their own idea of how they would like to control their Smart devices, even though the smartphone is still the most commonly used remote.


SevenHugs Smart Remote

SevenHugs Smart Remote

Another KICKSTARTER campaign is drawing a lot of attention, the SevenHugs Smart Remote. This device operates in a very unique manner, making it even more intriguing. Users will be able to control each Smart device in their home, just by pointing the remote at the device that they want to control. The interface will immediately display on the HD touchscreen, so adjustments can be made with ease.

The SevenHugs is integrated with patent-pending Point & Control Technology. The feature provides a flawless operation every time. So far, the remote supports 25,000 third-party Smart companies, including Nest, Phillips Hue, IFTTT, Logitech Harmony, Belkin Wemo and Wink. For those that are forgetful and frequently misplace your electronics do not fret, because the charging base is embedded with a “Lost and Found Button.”

Each kit includes one Smart Remote, 3 room sensors, and a charging base. The sensors should be installed on walls or cabinets at least 7’ high. This is a great option for individuals that do not want the hassle of dealing with a smartphone or tablet. For individuals that own a smartphone, you will be happy to discover that the Point & Control Technology can be integrated in various controlling devices and the smartphone.

The controlling distance varies from 30 to 90’, depending on the room design and obstacles. Also, the Smart Remote does not need to see the device to work. Basically, this means that users can control devices in other rooms, as long as they are within the wireless range. Customers will also have the often to customize their screens in the future, when new supporting devices are added to the interface.

If you are interested in supporting this KICKSTARTER campaign, just visit the associated page. The first batch of SevenHugs Smart Remote will be shipped in June 2017, followed by a second batch shipment in July 2017.

In the mean time, you should check out the Logitech Harmony Companion Smart Remote. Click the Amazon link to learn more about this device.