Smart plugs are ultimately plug-in outlets, whether they're marketed as smart switches, smart outlets, or any variation thereof (or power strips). They plug into a wall outlet or a traditional power strip and have their own outlet, which you can then plug the device you want to automate into. By plugging one in, you're not adding or subtracting any outlets; you're simply making an existing outlet smart by connecting it to your home Wi-Fi network.
With that in mind, the first thing you should think about is where you want your smart plug to go. While the majority of them are small enough to fit next to one another in a standard wall outlet, power strips are a different storey. It's critical to consider where the plug's outlet is located if you have a crowded power strip. On the side of some, there are outlets. Depending on the type of power strip you're using and where it's located, this layout can be easier or more difficult to access.
- Work with Android 4.4 & IOS 8 or higher system
- supports 2.4GHz network
- No Hub Required
Oittm 3L Ultrasonic Wifi Smart Humidifier
The Smart Humidifier ($59.99) from Oittm is a large diffuser and humidifier that can help you sleep comfortably without lifting a finger.
It has a 3L tank capacity and can mist at a rate of 250 ml/h. It can be controlled via the Smart Life app or the Alexa and Google voice assistants.
This is one of the best humidifiers I've ever used, and I guarantee that by the end of this review, you'll be begging to purchase it.