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NEST introduces Smart Fire Alarm

Nolan Kienitz

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As interesting as the unit looks, it will still need to be replaced after 10 years. I don't see where the added value is, other than it's a nifty gadget. Our house has at least a dozen units; I don't see spending $1560 to replace them. Do they "talk" to alarm systems?

Good point but if it can text my cell when they go off, I'd buy into it. I got two dogs at home nearly as close to me as my daughter. I'd wanna know.


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