Elgato Eve Degree HomeKit Enabled Temperature & Humidity Monitor

Elgato has released Eve Degree, its latest temperature & humidity monitor. Using Apple HomeKit technology, Eve Degree works with other home smart devices. Like the idea? Let’s continue checking.

Elgato Eve Degree Smart Temperature & Humidity Monitor with HomeKit

The Eve Degree is an advanced HomeKit enabled smart temperature and humidity monitor that measures 54 x 54 x 15mm (2.1 x 2.1 x 0.6 inches). As we can see from the images, the smart monitor shows off an ultra compact and lightweight design that allows you to easily deploy it anywhere in your house, and it’s IPX3 Water restraint, so you can even use it outdoors. Meanwhile, it’s masterfully crafted from anodized aluminum for a durable construction and modern, minimalistic aesthetics that matches well with any interior decoration style.

Using built-in advanced sensors, Eve Degree accurately tracks temperature and humidity, and its built-in LED display shows you real-time temperature and humidity of your room or outdoor domain.

Elgato Eve Degree Smart Temperature & Humidity Monitor with HomeKit

More importantly, using Apple HomeKit technology, the monitor interacts with other HomeKit enabled smart home devices. For instance, when the temperature spikes, the smart monitor can activate your fan, or when the air around you becomes too dry, it will turn on your humidifier.

Moreover, using its custom app you can conveniently check historical data about the temperature and humidity. Its CR2450 replaceable battery offers one year of use.

The Eve Degree temperature and humidity monitor will be available for $69.95 USD on June 6. If you’re interested, jump to Elgato official site for its more details. BTW, don’t miss the HomeKit-enabled smart motion sensor and more cool related gadgets by following tags.

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