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    In 2016 we're closer than ever to living in the home from Back to the Future.
    OK, Back to the Future was set in 2015 and while we're not at the stage of hydrating pizzas and video wall windows, we are living in a world where it's perfectly reasonable to connect our homes to our smartphones. None of this stuff is cheap, but it's also not astronomically expensive, meaning that every single one of us can feel just a little bit like we're living in the future.
    The Smart Home market has grown a whole lot in recent years. Big names such as Nest, Samsung's SmartThings and Philips Hue have risen to become more mainstream products, and Sonos is almost a household name when it comes to wire-free, home-filling music.
    But there's also a bunch of other stuff out there from less well known brands that's just as good and just as worthy of attention. We've rounded up some of the Mobile Nations editors to talk a little about what they're using in their own homes, and why.
    So, without further ado!

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    03-14-2016 10:11 AM

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