Genie Smart Lock

Aug 18, 2014

Category: Tech

If your smartphone is a Harvard graduate, your door lock is still thinking about going for its GED. Why not increase the number of smart devices in your house by starting at its entry?

The Genie Smart Lock is a Bluetooth lock system that lets you lock or unlock it via Wi-Fi or Bluetooth, so that booty call of yours doesn’t cause a commotion at 2 in the morning. Oh OK, yeah, it could also be used to let a repairman in too. It’s also different from other similar devices in that it connects to a handle instead of a bolt lock. With Genie you can get into your home without the use of a key, send access codes to friends and family so they can do the same, and see your name, the time, and temperature when you walk up to it. You can also open the lock manually if you need to. Pre-orders start at $249. [Purchase]

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