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Securifi's new Almond 3 router features a security alarm

2016-01-06 01:16 by
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Securifi, the manufacturer of the world's first touchscreen wireless router, today introduced Almond 3, its latest new product. Almond 3 is an all-in-one smart home hub and touchscreen router which combines Gigabit WiFi, a built-in ZigBee radio, support for Z-Wave and Bluetooth devices, and a built-in programmable siren for home security.

In addition to providing WiFi connectivity and becoming the main hub for a myriad of smart home devices, Almond 3 features the same easy-to-use touchscreen interface Securifi pioneered with the original Almond.

Almond 3 is four times faster than Almond 2015 and can be used as a router or range extender. With Securifi's latest software, Almond users can create a seamless mesh network in which multiple Almond routers can seamlessly distribute a network connection across a larger area.

Almond 3's integrated programmable siren turns it into a home security system. WiFi triggers can auto-arm and disarm the system when authorized smartphones connect to or disconnect from the router. Wireless door, window, and motion sensors provide extra protection and peace of mind for homeowners. The siren can even be used as a doorbell.

Almond 3 is a smart home hub with a built-in ZigBee radio and support for Z-Wave and Bluetooth devices via external USB dongles. Like other Almond models it integrates seamlessly with Nest, Philips Hue, and many more smart devices.

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