Choosing The Best Smart Home System For Your House


Read this article to know our list of top 5 Best Smart Home Systems you can buy for your house and personal use.

Technology has really come a long way. Twenty years ago if you told someone that in a few years artificial intelligence would run their house they would have thought you were crazy, but here we are. Smart home devices are not entirely new and were not initially conceptualized in our generation. Echo IIV and the Kitchen Computer from 1966 are considered the first smart device that could help with your shopping list, manage your house AC and control appliances. Today though, it has become more sophisticated. Rather than just controlling your house temperature, smart homes can listen to you, adhere to your request and learn your habits.

More than 45 million smart home devices were sold and installed to US homes in 2018. It is estimated that more than 33% of American households are smart homes and in 2023, it is expected to reach 54%. In order to have an effective smart home, you need a system that can control and sync each and every smart device in a house and make it a smart home.

To help you decide which one is best for you, here are some top contenders to choose from:

Google Home


Google is one of the biggest tech companies in the world, it is worth $739 billion. No wonder they were able to build one of the best smart home hubs on the market, Google Home.

Google Home may seem, act, and look like a smart speaker but it can very much work like a hub. It is best suited for people with compact spaces like an apartment or a condo. Google Home is capable of connecting to more than 5,000 smart products on the market. It is capable of listening to multilingual conversations making it best for a household filled with diversity.

If you are a streaming addict and want to keep everything in sync, Google Home may be the best system for you. It is capable of doing a task related to Google products like Chromecast.

Samsung's SmartThings Hub


This system can do more than just listening to your commands and adhering to your request, it likes to continually serve you better by understanding and getting to know you. SmartThings hub takes notes of when you sleep, the time you usually wake up and any other things that can possibly help it better your everyday life.

SmartThings Hub is capable of covering around 1,500 square feet, which can expand to up to 4,500 feet provided you have two sets. The control for all smart products connected in the system lies on the SmartThings app which can be downloaded in both iOS and Android.

It is capable of extending its power for up to 10 hours, in case of power outages occur. It can also organize your devices depending on your customized categorization.

Amazon Echo


If you prefer talking rather than navigating smart controls through your fingers on your smartphone, then Amazon Echo is definitely for you. With its Dolby sound, which is great for music, you can count on Amazon Echo to be a reliable voice command smart home hub.

The LED light is also a plus feature for this system as it lets you know that Alexa, the AI system, is listening to you. In addition, Alexa is capable of learning up to 50,000 different skills due to Amazon's expanding library of data. Alexa can also seamlessly control your Fire TV stick, so you can comfortably stream available programs.

Wink Hub 2


They market themselves as the hub capable of connecting to more smart devices and protocols, Wink Hub 2 is an easy setup smart hub that can connect you to other competitor gadgets like Amazon, Google Home, Z-Wave, Zigbee, Lutron Clear, and even Kidde devices. This makes this system quite a versatile hub. This is perfect for non-techie DIY people who do not have loyalty to brands but believe in the diversity of each feature.

It also appears to be more responsive and gives a smoother experience to its user due to its latest memory upgrade of 64MB. Wink Hub 2 is designed to ensure internet connection is stable, it is capable of both Wi-Fi radio connection and Ethernet connecting ports.


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