Home control doesn’t have to be complex and confusing. It can be as easy as plugging in your favorite lamp and/or appliances. That’s the idea behind the new Skylink Wireless PowerHub. The Skylink Wireless PowerHub is a power strip, which doesn’t sound all that exciting. However, this is a smart power strip, which means it can deliver a little home and energy control—and it’s pretty affordable to boot. Read more
Skylink has launched its wireless smart power strip. The Wireless PowerHub features 5 outlets, 3 remote controlled outlets, and 2 USB ports with a 2.1 amp output. It comes with a remote control for controlling connected lights and other devices. The Skylink Wireless PowerHub can also be controlled by the company’s SkyLinkNet platform via iOS and Android mobile apps. Read more
On the power management front, Skyline unveiled the Wireless PowerHub, a 5-port power system that allows all of its outlets to be used by larger transformer (power bricks) if needed, and which also includes a pair of USB chargers at 2.1A. What makes it impressive and unique is that each port can be controlled via the SkylinkNet iOS or Android app.
Skylink has introduced the Wireless PowerHub, an intelligent power strip that allows users to turn off stand-by power, as well as control lighting and small appliances through the use of a remote control. The Wireless PowerHub allows users to manage entire computer and TV media systems from remote locations with the press of a button, saving energy and cutting down on costs. [···]
If you’ve never heard of Skylink before, they’re a company that specializes in DIY smart home solutions, and today they have just announced their latest product called the Wireless Power Hub. This device is an intelligent powerstrip which aims to give you ultimate control over your home appliances like TVs, and other small appliances, as well as turn off standby power through the use of a remote control. The Wireless Power Hub can be used to control lighting too, and we all know how we hate to get up and turn off the lights. If you’ve already left the home but have forgotten to turn them off before you left, instead of turning back around you could be turning the lights off remotely using the Wireless Power Hub in conjunction with the SkylinkNet application. Read more