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Smart Home Technology: Emerging Trends in 2021


It’s the Year to Embrace Health, Wellness, and Convenience Through Tech

Home automation is always evolving, and this year is no exception. In 2021, we expect to see more smart homes reflecting wellness, health, and smart devices in newer rooms like the kitchen. 

Once you own a smart home technology hub—the brains of your system—the possibilities are endless. As you grow accustomed to “smarter living,” you’re free to expand to new areas and devices, synching all your technology under one umbrella. 

As an AV consultant serving the Keller, TX area, we’ll shed light on new 2021 smart home trends below. And to stay up to date on technology news and ideas, sign up for our free monthly newsletter here

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