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Samsung Launches SmartThings Station for Seamless Smart Home Integration.

Source: Samsung Electronics

Samsung Electronics (KRX: 005930) is set to release the “SmartThings Station” in the South Korean market.

The new device aims to create a smart home that is more comfortable and efficient.

The device was unveiled at CES 2023 earlier this month and has attracted global attention for its innovative connectivity and ease of use.

The SmartThings Station can connect and control Samsung Electronics products and various products that support the latest IoT communication standards, Matter, and Zigbee.

This enables the seamless integration of multiple devices into a smart home ecosystem.

One of the most important features of the device is the “Smart Button” on the top.

This button lets users perform custom routines set in the SmartThings app quickly.

They can set three routines optimized for their lifestyle depending on the touch method, such as short, double, or long press.

The device also supports “SmartThings Find,” a location-tracking service for Galaxy devices.

This lets users quickly locate their smartphone or tablet in their home by pressing the smart button twice and hearing the device ring.

The device also supports up to 15W wireless charging and has a built-in fan to reduce power loss and increase charging efficiency.

The SmartThings Station is available in black and white colors and is priced at KRW 129,000.

It can be purchased online through various eCommerce stores, including Samsung Digital Plaza,, Naver, and 11st in South Korea.

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