Did you assume that Honeywell, the multinational conglomerate responsible for introducing the world to the iconic-now-antiquated "Round" T87 analog thermostat in 1953, would sit out on the sidelines and watch scrappy smart home startups such as Nest Labs dominate the playing field?
You assumed wrong.
The New Jersey-based behemoth, best known for manufacturing clunky manual thermostats that are rapidly falling from ubiquity, has now emerged as a formidable contender in the smart home game with the introduction of Lyric, a sleek, smartphone-controlled household thermostat that eagerly "adapts to you" instead of the other way around.
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