This TP-Link smart plug costs $10 instead of $27 if you buy it with Amazon's Alexa

This TP-Link smart plug costs $10 instead of $27 if you buy it with Amazon's Alexa

Amazon’s got a great deal for smart home users today, but you can only get it if you’re part of a special club. No, not Amazon Prime—Club Alexa. Anyone who has an Echo device or a third-party Alexa-enabled device can get a TP-Link Kasa Smart Wi-Fi Plug Mini for $10 with coupon code SMART10. That’s $17 off the usual price of $27. The bad news is Amazon’s sale is limited to one device per customer.

TP-Link’s Kasa devices are already great options for smart home rookies since they don’t require a hub, instead connecting via the Kasa smartphone app and Wi-Fi.

The Kasa Smart Wi-Fi Plug Mini HS105 works with Alexa devices (natch) as well as Google Home, though only the Alexa-enabled get today’s discount. It also supports scenes, which means you could connect a living room lamp that automatically turns off when you activate the Movie Night scene.

The Mini offers a compact design, which TP-Link says makes it possible to use two of these side-by-side in the same outlet.

[Today’s deal: TP-Link Kasa Smart Plug Mini for $10 for Alexa device users at Amazon.]

IDG Insider

PREVIOUS ARTICLE

« Fallout 76 abandons Steam for Bethesda's own launcher

NEXT ARTICLE

Overflow 3 review: macOS app launcher doubles as a spacious Dock alternative »
author_image
IDG News Service

The IDG News Service is the world's leading daily source of global IT news, commentary and editorial resources. The News Service distributes content to IDG's more than 300 IT publications in more than 60 countries.

  • Mail

Poll

Do you think your smartphone is making you a workaholic?