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Samsung SmartThings Hub 3rd Generation $51.99

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I came across the lowest price I've seen for the Samsung SmartThings 3rd Generation Hub. I checked Camel*3 and verified that Amazon's price has never been this low. Available quantity appears to be low, so best of luck to those of you who are interested.
  • Connectivity: Wirelessly connect and control a wide range of compatible smart devices from 40+ partner brands, including voice assistants, lights & switches, speakers, cameras, sensors and more
  • Home Automation: Teach the hub your Good Morning, Goodbye, Goodnight, and other routines to automatically turn devices on or off throughout the day
  • 24/7 Monitoring: Receive app alerts from connected devices when there's unexpected activity in your home.Material: Plastic
  • Voice Controls: Use voice commands to control connected devices using SmartThings and the Google Assistant
  • Improved DIY Solution: Improved guided onboarding for easier setup. Hub connects with WiFi so does not need to be connected to an Ethernet cable
  • Compatible with previous versions of SmartThings Sensors and Outlets
  • Download new SmartThings (Samsung Connect) app for initial setup. (Tip: You can still use SmartThings Classic app once initial set up is completed)
  • Requires Android (6.0 or later) or iOS (11.0 or later)
  • Product not supported outside U.S
  • Compatibility: Works with Google, Alexa, SmartThings, and ZigBee communication protocols

https://www.amazon.com/Samsung-Sm...hi&sr=1-1#
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I am using the version 2. Any advantage of this version over the version 2 except WiFi?
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This or Hubitat?
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I am using the version 2. Any advantage of this version over the version 2 except WiFi?
Unless if you need your Ethernet port back, or prefer WiFi then I would stick with gen2. You will lose battery backup but gain WiFi and some newer zigbee/zwave/Bluetooth radios.

Also if you use cameras locally it's looks like you may not want to upgrade.


https://homealarmreport.com/smart...b-v2-vs-v3
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I am using the version 2. Any advantage of this version over the version 2 except WiFi?
I saw that the range is supposed to be a little better with V3. I have no experience, but I am leaning toward V3 myself because of this, as I have lights spread out pretty far.
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Do I need this if I get the Family Hub refrigerator? Is the refrigerator a hub itself
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Thanks! I have a gen2 for one home and have been considering putting one in our 2nd home. Now to decide if I swap out the 3 for the 2 and take the older one to the 2nd home... (There are a lot of 2's in that sentence!)
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Only getting the 56.14 price ?
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I am using the version 2. Any advantage of this version over the version 2 except WiFi?
One of the main reason for my switch from V2 to V3:
V2 Spupports 32 Zigbee devices
V3 Supports 64. (Overtime, we easily run in to 30+ devices)
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Thanks op! 58 at Best buy I'm gonna see if they'll price match! Ty!!!
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This or Hubitat?
I moved to Hubitat in January. It's super reliable. Having said that, there are some things like Lifx bulbs that don't work out of the box. I miss that about ST. All pros cons factored in, I would choose Hubitat over ST
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Beware the quality of their app. I just rolled my whole setup to hubitat and am SO glad I did.
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In for 1! Thanks!
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I have a gen 2 and my Sengled lights and Kwickset locks fail multiple times a year. In my opinion. Samsung doesn't do enough to support this product. The fact that they are so many users groups proves that Samsung just decided to put out a product with potential, but was not willing enough to invest in it to make it the true foundation for the homes of the future.

Then again, I think Samsung makes a fairly unreliable product to begin with as you are all aware, the Samsung craze from 15 years ago is done. I'd like to see what Amazon, Honeywell or Nest could do with this technology.
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I saw that the range is supposed to be a little better with V3. I have no experience, but I am leaning toward V3 myself because of this, as I have lights spread out pretty far.
Are your devices ZWave or Zigbee? Almost all of these devices that are connected to power also function as repeaters. Range from the hub to a Z device is not all that important.
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