Wink Hub: A $49 way to connect nearly everything in your smart home

At Quirky’s model smart home in New York City, we saw the Wink Hub and all the devices it works with. Here’s how appliances, lights, door locks, and more connect with the Wink app, and even interact with each other.

8 Replies to “Wink Hub: A $49 way to connect nearly everything in your smart home”

  1. Aaron McMahon

    This should not have been released yet. It's still in it's infancy and isn't ready for real world use. App reviews are horrible. Very promising future and will buy it when it's ready. According to hands on reviews it's more trouble than it's worth at the moment. I have been waiting for something like this for so long. Problem is when you release it before bugs are worked out it doesn't take off like it should and no one buys it and companies fail before they can get off the ground. I hope this get's better and better and takes off. 

  2. Jayhawk Fan

    Does NOT with any Z-Wave devices except the thermostat.Wait until they get this crap sorted out. There's a reason stuff like this is called bleeding edge technology. You're the one that is bleeding.

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