During the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Honeywell parent company Residio has shown off two new smart thermostats —the T9 and T10 Pro. While both add quite a few new features for users of the controlling app, they lack HomeKit support —at least for now.
Honeywell T9 smart thermostat and room sensor
The biggest new feature for the pair of thermostats is support for smart room sensors, very similar to the Ecobee line. These sensors can be placed in various rooms to detect occupants and prevent cold and hot zones.
These sensors will prioritize rooms based on its people detection capabilities. Up to 20 sensors can be added to cover up to 200 feet of your home.
Honeywell smart thermostat
From the get-go, these smart thermostats support both Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa for voice control and automation setup, though they noticeably lack HomeKit. HomeKit debuted early on in the Honeywell Lyric thermostat and Residio says HomeKit is planned in the T9 and T10 Pro by years end.
Both thermostats will available in North America this Spring. The T9 will run $199 and the T10 Pro can be purchased through authorized contractors.
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