Black Friday commences tomorrow, giving you a chance to get your hands on technology at budget prices.
If you're looking to spice up your home with the latest connected technology and solutions, then you're in luck. There are some great deals out there on IoT products.
Security specialist Ring is one of the companies offering impressive discounts on connected products. It's currently selling the Ring Video Doorbell for £99, which is a price cut of £60.
The device comes with an array of features, including HD video with two-way talk, motion detection, live view, night vision, weather resistance technology and Wi-Fi connectivity.
"Ring is committed to reducing crime in UK neighbourhoods. Installed in over 100,000 UK homes, Ring's smart doorbells are accredited by Crimestoppers and police initiative, Secured by Design (SBD)," the firm said.
At CurrysPC World, you can pick up Samsung's SmartThings Starter Kit for £99. It usually sells for £199, so you're getting a massive discount.
The kit comes with the SmartThings Hub to connect devices such as sensors, lights and cameras; a multi-sensor that monitors doors, windows and drawers; a movement sensor; a presence sensor; and a power outlet.
It's also flogging the Hive Hub for £49.99, saving you £30. The device lets you control your thermostat and various motion sensors. You shouldn't have any issues setting it up either, as it plugs straight into the broadband router.
Meanwhile, Panasonic's Smart Home Safety Starter Kit is up for grabs for £79.99. It normally costs £129.99, so you get an impressive £50 discount.
Aimed at helping you get your smart home started, it comes with a hub, door sensor and motion sensor. It also sports one-push pairing, as well as iOS and Android compatibility.
Online retail giant Amazon has some decent deals, too. The Belkin WeMo smart plug, which uses motion turn appliances on and off, is on sale for £24.99 - saving you a respectable £24.
Awair, an air quality monitor, has been slashed by £40 as well. Typically costing £179, it's down to £139. The device also comes with Alexa integration.
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