Dreame has three different types of series for their cordless vacuum. V series, R series, and T series. I am confused as to what are the differentiating factors between the series. There are various models for different price ranges between the series, so I can’t consider one flagship over the other.
I guess Dreame took the best features of the V12 Pro (flagship of the V series) and T30 (flagship of the T series) and came out with the R20.
I have used multiple Google Nest Cam in my current house, which has served me well. The connection is stable. The only time it went down was when my Internet was down. I even subscribe to Nest Aware for ten days of 24/7 video recording. I have integrated my Nest Cams to Apple HomeKit using Homebridge with Homebridge Nest Cam Plugin. The integration works well as well.
For my new house, which I hope to move into in Q4 2023, I am seeing if I can integrate smart home devices directly into HomeKit without running Homebridge on my Synology NAS.
Previously, I featured the Ugreen DigiNest Pro Power Strip, which is a 7-in-1 power strip: three AC ports, three USB-C ports, and one USB-A port. The maximum combined output of all the USB ports is 100W.
Ugreen DigiNest Cube is like the younger brother of the Ugreen DigiNest Pro Power Strip. It is also a 7-in-1 power strip. You get the same three AC ports, but instead of three USB-C ports and one USB-A port, you get two USB-C ports and two USB-A ports. The output has also been reduced to 65W.
Unlike the typical motion sensors that use Passive Infrared (PIR) Sensors, presence sensors use 60 GHz mmWave radar sensors to detect “presence” instead of “motion.” Because of this, it can detect multiple people in a room. It can also tell the difference between a person in a room that is not moving and no one in it. This is something that motion sensors could never differentiate.
Most, if not all, igloohome locks come with only Bluetooth connectivity. So your phone needs to be in the range of the device to control it. So what if you want to control it via Wi-Fi? That is where the igloohome Bridge comes into the picture.
igloohome Bridge retails for S$110 and is a bridge between your phone and igloohome locks.