Able to support a large ecosystem of smart home gadgets, Samsung SmartThings would be a lot more compelling if its app were easier to use.
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The PEQ smart home platform is simple and easy to use, but it's too expensive for what you're getting.
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The Staples Connect smart home hub does a very good job of simplifying smart home device pairing and creating logic-driven activities — all for no monthly fee.
The Quirky Wink Hub makes it easy to connect a bunch of smart home devices and doesn't require a monthly fee, but it doesn't give you a lot of control.
The Iris Smart Home Kit is easy to set up and comes with good hardware, but you'll need to pay $10 monthly to get the most out of it.
The LyveHome tries to make photo and video storage simple, and comes with lots of built-in storage, but it's ultimately not a very good cloud alternative.
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