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When the internet of things becomes the next big thing, it’s not just about smart-home devices

We’re getting closer to the day when you can buy a smart-house appliance with a simple internet connection from Amazon.

The company just announced a partnership with the electronics giant to make the product, called “Smart House,” for less than $100.

While that’s more expensive than a typical home appliance, it has some great advantages over the ones you’d find on Amazon.

Smart-house appliances come in two flavors: the “smart” one and the “simpler” one.

The simpler one is the “basically the same” as an ordinary kitchen countertop, but it has a “smart thermostat,” a “Smart Air” door opener, and a “Smarter” door lock.

The “smart-house” version is made of plastic that can be easily peeled off and reattached.

The other one is made out of metal, but the doors are thinner and less flexible, and it has an integrated microphone.

In theory, a smart home could also include a smart thermostatic control system.

It’s not clear yet how the smart-houses will perform.

It could be that the sensors will detect when the thermostatically controlled doors are opened and shut, or if they need to be opened and closed manually.

Or, as one commenter on the Polygon post said, “It could be the smart thermo-controller and a computer.

Or it could be a combination of both.”

But even if this sounds like a cool idea, the company’s description of the device leaves a lot to be desired.

For starters, it doesn’t have any built-in sensors to measure air temperature.

In addition, it isn’t clear how it will work.

For instance, if a temperature sensor is used, it could potentially leak power to the heating element, potentially causing it to overheat, which could lead to a fire.

The device also doesn’t seem to have any form of battery backup, though it does include a microUSB port.

It might be possible to add an extra sensor to the device that would let it automatically turn on when the temperature drops below 30 degrees Celsius, or even more precisely below 35 degrees Celsius.

And while the price is a bit steep, the fact that the Smart House is only for $100 suggests that it will likely sell well.

Still, the idea of a “simplified” version of a home appliance sounds interesting.

For one thing, the “compact” and “slim” versions of the Smart Home might not be so much different from the “bigger” versions.

And the smaller version seems to be a better fit for many people’s needs, as it can fit more appliances.

But for another, the Smart house’s main advantage seems to stem from its price.

If you’re not a big fan of the old-school look of appliances like the stovetop and refrigerator, the new “smart home” may be a good choice.

As for the other “smart household” that Polygon reported on earlier this week, it might also be a bit pricey.

The Smart Home is currently available for pre-order at Amazon.com for $95.