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Quarter of Brits own smart home technology - Maplin

Wednesday 25 October 2017 | 21:42 CET | News
Demand for smart home products in the UK is surging, with 24 percent of people now owning some sort of smart home product, according to research from specialist technology retailer Maplin. The first edition of the Maplin Smart Meter report shows that consumers who purchased smart home products spent an average of GBP 174 on the technology in the past year. 

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