This video shows the new Nest Learning Thermostat in operation. This device was designed and engineered by the same guy who created the iPod at Apple, so expectations are high. Even for a humble thermostat.
The main advantage of the Nest Learning Thermostat is, as the name suggests, its ability to learn how you like your home heated at various times of the day and night.
Essentially you program the Nest Learning Thermostat for a couple of weeks, turning it down at night and up in the morning, and it’ll eventually start programming itself to fit in with your routine.
Thankfully this learned behavior can always be overwritten, so when you go on holiday you can turn it right down. The Nest Learning Thermostat is expected to save most households money on their heating bill, thereby paying for itself within a couple of years.
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