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Schlage’s smart lock gets Google Assistant support

Schlage’s smart lock gets Google Assistant support


In addition to Alexa and Siri integrations

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Lock maker Schlage today announced at CES that it’s added Google Assistant support to its Sense Smart Deadbolt door lock, which pairs with the company’s Wi-Fi adapter for wireless connectivity and remote access. Now, Google Home and Android users will be able to use Assistant to lock their door or ask whether the door is unlocked or not via voice, either by accessing the software through a smart speaker or on a smartphone.

Adding Assistant rounds out Schlage’s smart home support for the big three players, including Amazon’s Alexa / Echo platform and Apple’s Siri (via HomeKit). The Sense Smart Deadbolt costs about $200, depending on which model you get and in what color, and the Wi-Fi adapter is sold separately for $69.99.