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Voice-activated Talking Thermostat. (blog).
Wednesday, August 23, 2006.

Ever wished you could just communicate with your household appliances in the same manner as with a regular human being? The Kelvin Talking Thermostat does just that - you can adjust the temperature in your humble abode by just speaking into it. In addition you can also get an instant temperature reading by asking the device. This is a great addition to any home, as even the elderly or visually impaired will be able to take charge of the home's temperature with very little or no problem at all.

Since each button is capable of speech on the Kelvin Talking Thermostat, setting up and adjusting this programmable device is child's play. You will hardly run into trouble when configuring this device. The Kelvin Talking Thermostat can be powered via your regular HVAC wiring or a quartet of AA batteries (not included). The advance speech recognition technology enables it to accept a wide range of voice commands. If speaking is not your thing, there is always the option of doing it the old fashioned way - pressing the large tactile buttons or simply clapping your hands.

The Kelvin Talking Thermostat can be set up to a maximum of four temperature changes in a single day that will help you cope with the fluctuating mercury during the dawn, day, dusk, and night. The temperature will adjust accordingly, saving you money in the process since energy is not wasted. There are different time and temperature profiles that can be set for every single day of the week, and its flexibility does not stop there. The Kelvin Talking Thermostat can also be programmed for weekends and vacations, making it ideal when you have to leave the house for days at a time.

Additional features include viewing the time, temperature, day of the week, and other essential information. Pick one up for $129.99 today from Smart Home.


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