Where Can I Buy Home Automation at Retail and Get It Installed?




Retail giants Target and Sears have both built impressive home automation showcases in San Francisco-area stores to demonstrate and sell smart-home products. There’s only one problem: Sears is unlikely to sell a whole lot of home automation systems there because the selections are too overwhelming for a category that is so confusing. Speaking with CE Pro last month, Ciovacco says he learned from Amazon that these products are really something you have to experience to understand all of the possibilities.Some smart devices like motion-sensor lights may be intuitive, he says, but the power is really the interoperability with other products.

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