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The Hogar Milo might not look all that different from a Google Home at first glance. Indeed, it shares a lot of the same functionality as Google's own smart speaker since Hogar also responds to your voice commands via Google Assistant. The Milo's not just another third party Google speaker, though. It's a smart home hub with touch controls.
As a smart speaker, Milo should be able to respond to a wide variety of voice commands thanks to Google Assistant. Say the word, and you'll be able to control your smart home, check your calendar, ask for cooking instructions, search the web and more. Basically, the Hogar Milo will be able to do just about everything a Google Home can do.
Thanks - Zigbee - Z-Wave - Radios - Milo
Thanks to built-in Zigbee and Z-Wave radios, Milo can help bridge your smart home devices to the cloud. Most of the time, if you want door sensors, motion sensors and other small gadgets making up your smart home, you need a separate hub such as the SmartThings Hub or the Wink Hub. Those small sensors don't talk directly to your router in order save battery, and your Hub interprets the low frequency signals they do...
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