TigerDirect concept takes the complexity out of home automation
Home automation can be a confusing subject for shoppers with complex systems often poorly displayed and explained.
TigerDirect of Miami is changing that.
The company’s Aventura store has been completely remodeled into a concept store of the future.
The new smart home display is eye catching with large beams, like you would find in a home, angling down from the ceiling.
It has the latest in home automation with color coded displays that guide customers to the right shelf. The display targets not only consumers but audio-visual installers who can see security, home entertainment and home automation all in one seamless set-up.
Many of these systems are also popular in businesses.
“Our new concept store brings your home to life, and life to your home – simple as that!” says Terry Perrin, president of TigerDirect.
Among the latest home automation tools featured is the Vera Z-Wave Home and Business Security Control System, which allows clients to monitor their homes on their smartphones and tablets. It also allows them to receive alerts when motion is sensed or when temperatures spike. Other features include remote controllable smart door lock, high definition video cameras with sound as well as motion, window and door sensors.
Brands include Honeywell, IC RealTime, Vera, Insteon, TCP, Swann, Samsung, Belkin, and Night Owl.
The revamped location has offer a learning center for the DIY customer.
The back store of the wall has a wall of TV and home theater products, again organized to make it easier for shoppers to make a decision. TigerDirect also sells laptops, desktops, tablets, networking and additional consumer electronics products.