Sunday, March 7, 2010

The SilverSTAT 7

The SilverSTAT 7 fuses together energy efficiency, HVAC control and style. The SilverSTAT 7 is an advanced programmable thermostat that can manage a home's heating and cooling system with a seven-inch touch screen display. However, the SilverSTAT 7 is more than just a thermostat. The device can stream music, photos, and other content directly from a person's home computer. It provides users with real-time weather forecasting, email, and stock prices.

The SilverSTAT 7 is also great for time management and features alarm notices and a calendar.

The device can help a household reduce their energy use and save money by illustrating the distribution of household energy. Essentially, the SilverSTAT 7 allows a person to see what individual appliances are consuming the most energy. This is the perfect gadget for individuals that want to keep an eye on their non-renewable resources.

The thermostat is also smart enough to communicate with utility companies which helps people get a more accurate energy bill each month.

The SilverSTAT 7 isn't expected to release until the middle of 2010. There is speculation that it could be available to the public in June 2010 but the date may be premature. Individuals should expect to pay around $600 for the device.

Via Engadget

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