Thinking Home 2.0 Debuts

Thinking Home 2.0 for Mac OS X is golden! Rebuilt from the ground up, this home automation application is faster and better than ever.

Round Hill, VA - - April 4, 2008 - - Always Thinking, Inc. today announced the debut of Thinking Home 2.0 for Mac OS X. This is the easiest, affordable solution for automatic control of lamps and appliances in the home. Rebuilt from the ground up, Thinking Home 2 is savvy about the latest, most popular USB hardware for home automation, including both INSTEON and X -10. Saving precious energy has never been so simple and convenient. Thinking Home 2 is available for download at www.alwaysthinking.com/download.html for free evaluation.


The modern engineering of version 2.0 delivers speed plus innovative features like interactive voice, email, instant messaging, scripting and web access. It stands out from the competition because of the unparalleled ease of use and the ability to store a schedule into a variety of popular controllers. Storing a schedule this way enables the controller to carry it out, even when the Mac is turned off.

Pricing & Availability
Thinking Home 2 is very competitively priced at $79 and owners of version 1 can upgrade for only $29. These are available online at www.alwaysthinking.com

About Always Thinking, Inc.
Founded in 1997, Always Thinking first gained fame with Thinking Home 1.0, which garnered an unprecedented 3 Apple Design Awards in 2000. Today, it is building on that success with the release of Thinking Home 2.0.

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