The home automation company Domus has been expanding its smart home products in the United States.
The company recently announced the sale of two of its devices to a company in the UK, a company that is making smart home technology available in the U.S. It’s not clear if the new product will be compatible with older Domus devices, or if the devices will continue to work with the company’s existing devices.
The Home Assistant Home Assistant is an Alexa-enabled smart home product that is expected to launch later this year.
The device will have a few notable changes to the existing Domus product, including a smaller footprint and a new “smart home assistant” that’s more akin to an assistant for other devices in the home.
The new Home Assistant will have Alexa integration and a camera that will show you information about the device’s location.
The product will include voice control and an Alexa voice assistant that will allow users to control the device from their smart home.
A new feature in the new Home assistant is the ability to set timers and other smart home tasks.
The devices are currently available in Europe, Asia, and the U-K.
Domus Home Assistant, like its other products, will likely be priced at a modest $59.99, which is significantly lower than the company is charging for its current smart home offerings.
Domas Home Assistant has a few features that will likely appeal to a broad range of users.
For one, it will have an Alexa device that will let you set timers.
Users will be able to control its devices remotely, as well as remotely with a smartphone or tablet.
The Amazon Alexa voice service will allow the device to answer questions from Alexa, such as how much money to pay for a new thermostat or how much time to set aside for cooking.
The Alexa device will also be able play music from an app that will integrate with the Alexa app.
The Echo Dot is also slated to launch in 2018.
The Dot is a speaker and microphone that can be controlled by voice.
It will be powered by Amazon’s Alexa voice control technology.
It is also said to be able access Nest thermostats via Alexa, a feature that was previously available in its Fire TV smart home hub.
The Nest thertopat uses Alexa to control thermostatic controls and control devices such as thermostators and thermostatics.
The smart home device will be connected to an app on the device.
The app will allow it to ask users to set alarms and set timers for specific times and hours.
Users can also add devices to the home that are connected to Alexa.
The next Home Assistant product that will be available is the Home Assistant Plus, which will include Alexa-compatible features that are not currently included in any of the existing Home Assistant products.
The feature will allow for a greater range of automation for smart home automation systems, including automation of remote control of lights and other lights in a room.
Domos has also announced plans to offer a home automation service for $99 a year, a price that includes access to Alexa-controlled lighting systems.
There is no word on if the company will also launch a new Alexa-powered home automation product in the future.