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Nest smart thermostat now available through Google Play Store

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 24 Apr 2014 21:29

Nest smart thermostat now available through Google Play Store Earlier this week, Google made their smart thermostat Nest available for sale via the hardware Play Store.
The learning thermostat is selling for $250 and will ship within 2 business days, according to the page.

Nest's Learning Thermostat "programs itself and automatically helps save energy when you're away. And you can control it from anywhere using your smartphone." It does so by creating a personalized schedule based on the temperature adjustments you make and continually adapts to your changing life. The whole process takes just a week.

The device features a 320x320 LCD display.

Google acquired Nest Labs in January for over $3 billion.

Check the device here: Nest Learning Thermostat at Google Play Store

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