Enblink plugs into any Google TV unit and lets you control lighting and other real world devices using a smartphone or tablet. It's subscription free, installs in just a few minutes, and it's available for order now.
December 3, 2013 -- Enblink is a lightweight USB dongle that plugs into any Google TV unit and connects users to lighting and more. Enblink is subscription free, it installs in just a few minutes, and it's available now.
Enblink comes with a free companion app, which can be downloaded from Google Play. The app provides users with a highly intuitive interface to control lighting, security, and climate control devices in the living room and around the house.
"We opened Enblink up for preorders at end of August, and the response from the community was overwhelmingly positive and very encouraging," said Jake Yoon, CEO of Enblink. "We think this is a great product for a great platform, and we are excited to see it out in the world. We're also looking forward to continuing to build great functionality and user experiences into the product."
Enblink uses Z-Wave to talk to other devices in the home. This means that Enblink is guaranteed to work with products that display the Z-Wave logo, regardless of who makes them. There are currently more than 900 certified devices that use Z-Wave.
Because Enblink works with the existing hardware for the Google TV, it is one of the most affordable connected home solutions out there today.
Enblink is available for under $90. Orders can be placed at www.enblink.com. The product is also available via select retailers around the web.
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 email@example.com