Google’s new Nest Thermostat offers more ways to save energy; costs USD129

In this news, we discuss the Google’s new Nest Thermostat offers more ways to save energy; costs USD129.

After a long ten-year hiatus, Google’s Nest launched a new energy-efficient thermostat with a sleek design and a drag-and-touch interface. Dubbed the Nest Thermostat, the new smart thermostat can monitor the heating and cooling system and quickly spot potential problems, and can be controlled from anywhere with the Google Home app.

The Nest Thermostat is available for pre-order in the US for $ 129.99 and CAD 179.99 in Canada on the Google Store and at select retailers. The trim kit designed to cover any imperfections in the wall is priced at $ 14.99 in the US and $ 19.99 in Canada.

The Nest Thermostat and Trim Kit are available in Snow, Charcoal, Sand, and Fog colors.

Nest thermostat: specifications and features

From design, the Nest Thermostat is made from 49% post-consumer recycled plastic, while the trim kit is made from 75% post-consumer recycled plastic.

The new thermostat does not include the hard-to-read screen and small buttons like on traditional thermostats. It comes with a 2.4 inch QVGA IPS LCD display with 240 x 320 pixels and a drag-and-touch interface on the side to manually adjust the temperature. The thermostat can be controlled with voice commands using the Google Assistant on a Nest speaker or display, or with Alexa on other smart devices.

Google says the new Nest thermostat may help find other ways to save energy that aren’t possible with the traditional thermostat. With Quick Schedule, users can set a custom temperature at different times and on different days. It also offers suggested preset temperatures and users can adjust their settings anytime from the Home app.

Additionally, Savings Finder proactively suggests small adjustments to the schedule, such as suggestions for changing sleep temperature. The Nest Thermostat uses Soli technology for motion detection and phone location to avoid heating or cooling an empty house. If a user leaves the house, it automatically sets itself to an Eco temperature to save energy.

With HVAC monitoring, the Nest Thermostat detects potential problems. If something goes wrong, it sends an alert through the Home app or email, and users can schedule a qualified technician visit. Nest has partnered with Handy, a platform that connects skilled professionals with customers who need their services to make it easier to find and book an HVAC professional with fixed prices. This feature will roll out in the US and Canada later this month.

News Highlights:

  • Additionally, Savings Finder proactively suggests small adjustments to the schedule, such as suggestions for changing sleep temperature. The Nest Thermostat uses Soli technology for motion detection and phone location to avoid heating or cooling an empty house. If a user leaves the house, it automatically sets itself to an Eco temperature to save energy.
  • Google’s new Nest Thermostat offers more ways to save energy; costs 129 USD
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