DeLL Technologies announced its “Smart Home” technology platform on Wednesday, promising to offer a range of smart home products to customers with the help of Dell Technologies’ new “Smart Energy” technology.
The company announced the launch of the platform in a press release on Wednesday.
The “Smart” home products in the platform include home security systems, automation, smart home controls, and appliances.
According to the company, its new technology “allows users to control their home remotely, from anywhere in the world.”
The products, dubbed “Smart Homes,” will be sold by Dell as part for $199, or $300 for a family of four.
DeLL’s “SmartEnergy” technology will be available as part a new range of “Smart Living” products, which will be priced at $299 for a couple or $400 for a one-person household.
According to the press release, the products are “designed to integrate seamlessly with existing home technology to deliver a fully integrated and integrated environment.”
“Our ‘Smart Homes’ will be made available at the same time as our ‘Smart Living’ products, and our ‘Power Smart’ products will be rolled out later in the year,” DeLL said.
“Dell Technologies is dedicated to delivering innovative solutions that will empower our customers to enjoy their home, with the latest innovations and best in technology.”
While the “Smart Life” products are designed to integrate effortlessly with existing Home technology, DeLL’s new “Energy Smart” products will not be compatible with existing appliances.
Dell said the “Energy” products that it has in the pipeline will be “a truly seamless solution for consumers to transform their energy needs.”
Dell Technologies also announced that it will launch “smart” products to power its “Power Smart” appliances.
The products will offer energy savings and energy efficiency features.
In its announcement, Dell Technologies said the new products are being developed “to offer energy efficiency, smart energy, and other features that customers have come to expect from the company.”
The products will debut in the fourth quarter of this year, the company said.