NuBryte Smart Home Debuts at Best Buy
NuBryte, winner of the 2017 Smart Home Breakthrough Award and Best of CES honors, is an original all-in-one approach that makes it easy to “go smart”.
NuBryte Smart Home is now available at Best Buy
NuBryte announced today that it has been accepted into Best Buy’s Ignite program, their curated collection of the most inventive and promising new technologies. Today also marks the start of NuBryte availability on BestBuy.com.
NuBryte, winner of the 2017 Smart Home Breakthrough Award and Best of CES honors, is an original all-in-one approach that makes it easy to “go smart”. Their NuBryte Touchpoint brings all the top connected home features together, right in a light switch: Security, smart lights, intercom, and a home hub. Home control, security, and messaging at the switch – or from anywhere with the NuBryte App.
NuBryte is also available at Amazon.com
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“Best Buy is a leader in home tech, and to be recognized as a top new technology product is a true privilege. We’re proud to bring our product to consumers across the country in the trusted retail brand of Best Buy,” says Alan Yuan, CEO of NuBryte.
NuBryte is poised to become the center of the smart home, thanks in part to its practical location at the light switch and its intuitive touch screen. By combining the most popular smart products like security cameras, motion detection, smart lights, and intercom – all built in – NuBryte erases gadget clutter. Voice control with Amazon Alexa, imminent integrations like thermostat control, and free cloud updates and storage, help homeowners get the most out of their smart products.
NuBryte Instant Smart Home products are available for purchase online at BestBuy.com starting at $249, with no contracts or monthly fees.
NuBryte builds innovative technologies for the smart home. Its all-in-one console, NuBryte Touchpoint, features Hands-Free Lighting, Security, Intercom, and a Smart Hub. The light switch is now the center of the smart home. Division of Silicon Valley’s LUCIS Technologies.