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Samsung debuts smart home device

In addition, the device's interoperability will be important. According to a recent study by Parks Associates and reported in Retail Dive, 75% of consumers who plan to buy a smart home device believe it is essential that the item connects seamlessly to other products in their home's electronic network. In fact, the study deemed smooth connection between devices more important than brand loyalty.

From the article "Samsung debuts smart home device" by Jacqueline Renfrow.

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