New Smart Home Hub that Lets You Control Your Data

Currently in pre-order for $199 and up, the device offers voice recognition, compatibility with many of the leading smart home devices (via Bluetooth, W-Lan, and Z-Wave protocols), and customizable Art Covers, a bid to make the device part of the look of a room, instead of a plastic box hidden from sight. Along with a series of Drop speakers that can be placed around the home and link to the hub, Zoe promises voice-activated control without sending commands or data outside the home to be stored, analyzed, or monetized.

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