Home Assistant announced their newest piece of hardware today, the Home Assistant Green.
The goal of the Home Assistant Green is to create a solution that would be perfect for newcomers to the smart home scene. The Home Assistant Green is an affordable and user-friendly smart home hub priced at just $99 (MSRP). This all-in-one package contains everything you need to set up Home Assistant in your home. Simply connect the provided power and network cables to the hub, and you’ll be up and running in no time. The hub will automatically install the latest version of Home Assistant, and the intuitive mobile or web app will guide you through the setup process. It couldn’t be easier!
Under the hood, the Home Assistant Green boasts a powerful 1.8 GHz quad-core CPU, ensuring smooth and efficient performance. With ample memory and storage, featuring 4 GB of RAM and 32 GB of eMMC, you’ll have more than enough capacity to run Home Assistant on the device. As your smart home expands, you can easily incorporate Zigbee and Matter support through the Home Assistant SkyConnect or expand your device compatibility with third-party USB devices, such as Z-Wave or Bluetooth.
Not only is the Home Assistant Green a powerhouse on the inside, but it also sports a stunning translucent enclosure design that showcases the hub’s inner hardware. Unlike other smart home devices, the Green hub seamlessly blends with your home decor, adding a touch of elegance to any room. The bottom of the case serves as a heat sink, constructed from a solid piece of black, anodized aluminum. And, of course, the top of the case features the new Home Assistant logo, presented as a beautiful and subtle mosaic pattern.
Whether you’re diving into the world of home automation for the first time or looking for an affordable upgrade to your existing smart home setup, the Home Assistant Green is the perfect choice. With its simplicity, power, and stylish design, it’s an excellent addition to your smart home ecosystem.
To learn more about the Home Assistant Green, check out the Home Assistant website here.