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Samsung just turned its soundbar into a SmartThings hub

A soundbar and speakers.
Samsung’s newest soundbar, the HW-Q900C, is now capable of being a SmartThings hub, | Image: Samsung

At its annual developer conference today, Samsung once again put its SmartThings smart home platform front and center, announcing that its newest soundbar, the HW-Q900C, is now capable of being a SmartThings hub, complete with support for Zigbee, Thread, and Matter.

The electronics giant has been pushing SmartThings aggressively over the last couple of years as it works to connect all its appliances, TVs, smartphones, and gadgets from other manufacturers together in a unified IoT-based smart home ecosystem. The addition of the soundbar to its Hub Everywhere program is a continuation of the company’s quest to put its smart home hubs everywhere, with the goal of making it easier for people to get started with the connected home.


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