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    Schlage Sense Smart Deadbolt now works with Google Assistant

    Today at CES Unveiled Schlage has announced it's Schlage Sense Smart Deadbolt will work with Google Assistant.  That will come in Q1 2018 and users will be able to lock the door with "Ok Google" as well as check if its unlocked.

    Google Assistant will require the Schlage Sense WiFi Adapter.  With the Schlage Sense WiFi Adapter, iOS and Android smartphone users gain remote access to their lock through the Schlage Sense app, no monthly fee will be required

     

     

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    This rounds up Schlage's smart home lock offering with access to Siri, Alexa, and now Google Assistant. 

     

    They are also out front for CES 2018! Stay tuned to RESET Forums and the RESET.FM podcast for more.

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