Nest announced an updated version of its learning thermostat earlier this week, and it was officially released just yesterday. We picked one up to check out all the new features and additions.
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I've been using the Nest for nearly two months now and without jumping right to the conclusion, I can say it is an excellent and well-rounded product in terms of hardware as well as software.