The world progresses more and more towards going digital in almost every sector, be it working from home, gaming, or kids attending school online on their computers/tablets. Our world is now almost virtual! Pre-pandemic working from home was seen as a convenience, but now it has become crucial and essential. Our homes are now expected to have internet connectivity as goods as our office.
We all have the need to stay connected online consistently. Not just when we are working but also when we are having the best time of our lives enjoying with our loved ones. So how does one ensure internet connection when you are travelling or just going away for a weekend with your devices? It can also be infuriating when you can only connect your mobile internet and required to share hotspot connection to your other devices. And we are pretty sure that you are not one of those who trust other people’s Wi-Fi connection for your devices.
The Beli SP3 smart Wi-Fi plug is an outlet extension which is connected to a Wi-Fi network that turn on and off your home appliances from anywhere with your smartphone using the Beli app. You can schedule the Smart Plug to automatically switch on & off when you are travelling or select a schedule for controlling your home devices with just the push of a button. The SP3 is compatible with Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant to manage your devices through Voice Control. Plus, it works on secure 2.4GHz wireless networks without the need for a separate hub.
Wi-Fi is essential and used by every person who is at home or in the office. But it doesn’t always work as expected. We have all faced the problem of less than perfect Wi-Fi coverage , slow Wi-Fi speeds, or both. One can opt to use Ethernet cables to solve this problem, but this also creates the potential hazard of tripping over the exposed cables.
Our homes are getting smarter and even more jam packed with devices. Routers, Laptops, Tablets, Mobile Phones, Games consoles, Smart Speakers, Smart light bulbs, and even Smart appliances all compete with each other to get their share of the Wi-Fi network.