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CES 2016: 10 Products That Brought IoT To The Next Level

Lindsey O'Donnell

HomeKit-Enabled IoT Fan

On a hot summer day, homeowners want to walk into a refreshingly cool house, but don't want to waste energy by leaving their fans on for hours while they are gone.

Hunter Fan addresses this problem with an Internet of Things-connected smart fan that users can turn on or off remotely, so they can start up the fan a few minutes before they arrive at home.

Hunter Fan coupled Ayla Networks IoT technology to help homeowners check on, program and control fans wirelessly using their iOS device or a mobile app from their Android device.

The Wi-Fi-enabled fans, available in the spring for $329, support Apple's HomeKit technology, so they can also interact with other HomeKit-enabled products in the household.

 
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