Hawking announces Wireless Home Automation System

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Tim Higgins

(IRVINE, CA) Hawking Technologies has announced the release of its HomeRemote
home control system. The system uses Z-wave wireless technology,
which is competing with Zigbee in the wireless control application market.

The HRGZ1 HomeRemote System consists of an internet gateway and handheld
remote control for in-home control of lighting and appliances. The system also
allows remote control via a standard Internet web browser or mobile phone and
features live video monitoring from via HomeRemote Video Cameras (HRNC1).

The product line will begin shipping on March 1st. MSRP for the HomeRemote
Gateway plus Remote Control will be $199.99 and $169.99 for the Wireless Video

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