The HomeKit Insider podcast: Special CES 2022 edition

The HomeKit Insider podcast: Special CES 2022 edition

January 10, 2022 0 By [email protected] (Andrew O'Hara)

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On the latest episode of HomeKit Insider, we come to you from CES 2022 in Las Vegas to discuss the new products that have been released including the Wemo smart video doorbell, the Eve floodlight cam, and more.

This week, we are talking about all things CES. We spent the week in Las Vegas, going hands-on with many of the new HomeKit-enabled products to make their debut.

The biggest announcements came from HomeKit mainstays, such as Belkin and Eve. Belkin announced its new Wemo Smart Video Doorbell, new Thread-enabled accessories coming later this year, and the initial rollout of Thread for the Stage scene controller. Eve has a new Floodlight Cam and immediate availability of its MotionBlinds.

Other announcements came from Sengled that has new HomeKit sensors, TP-Link with its U.S.-bound Tapo line, and Schlage that has a HomeKey-enabled smart lock. Minor updates include several Find My devices and news from Mila, Nanoleaf, and Aqara.

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