Enblink is a team of engineers and product people that believe in the fully connected home. Enblink plugs into any Google TV unit and lets you control lighting and other real world devices using a phone or tablet.
August 26, 2013 -- Enblink brings new functionality to the Google TV, and it allows users to control lighting and other real world devices in the living room and throughout the house. Installation takes only a few minutes.
Enblink works with add-on Google TV units, like the Asus Cube, as well as with built-in Google TV units. The user simply plugs Enblink into an available USB port on their Google TV unit and uses the free mobile app to connect to lighting, security, or climate control devices for the first time. From there, users can stay connected wherever they take their mobile device.
Pre-packed bundles are available to help users get started with a basic lighting control or security solution. They simply work right out of the box.
"Google TV already lets you manage tons of content from around the web," said Jake Yoon, CEO of Enblink. "Now, we are taking that a step further and leveraging this platform to allow users to manage the devices in their living rooms and throughout the home."
Because it uses Z-Wave to talk to other devices, Enblink also works with hundreds of products by leading manufacturers. Currently, there are more than 700 certified Z-Wave devices to help users manage lighting, security, and climate control devices in the home.
Users can also connect popular models of IP cameras to Enblink and securely access live video streams from the mobile app. No subscription is required for the basic video streaming service, and users have the option to select a premium plan to keep a closer eye on things at home.
Enblink retails for just $85 and is available for preorder at www.enblink.com. It will ship to preorder customers in approximately 30 - 45 days.
Enblink is a team of engineers and product people that believe in the fully connected home. Enblink plugs into any Google TV unit and lets you control lighting and other real world devices using a phone or tablet. For more information, please visit www.enblink.com or contact firstname.lastname@example.org