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Smart thermostats are the most popular smart home device overall of more than 20 different devices, according to new research published in Strategy Analytics’ report “Smart Home Survey - Device Segment Analysis - Smart Thermostats”. Strategy Analytics reports smart thermostats are most popular in the US where almost 50% of US smart homes have one.
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