In the San Bruno Sears store, the Connected Solutions area is designed as a typical home, including a kitchen, living room, nursery, gym, garage and bathroom.
There’s a mock front door, for example, with a wireless Ring video doorbell that synchronizes with a tablet. And a D-Link networked video camera on a shelf in a nursery vignette shows how parents can monitor their infants.
The showcase also displays Internet-connected TV monitors, streaming media players, security cameras, treadmills, scales, fitness tracking wrist straps and sensor-packed basketballs. With enough wired devices, many parts of a home can function together. A thermostat tied to window sensors, for example, could be programmed to turn the air conditioner down if a window is open for more than 30 minutes.
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