Kasa Smart Plug Power Strip HS300, Surge Protector with 6 Individually Controlled Smart Outlets and 3 USB Ports, Works with Alexa & Google Home, No Hub Required
Thứ 2 đến Thứ 6: Từ 08h-17h30
Thứ 7: 8h-12h
1,782,000 đ

(đã bao gồm thuế phí)
Giá chưa khuyến mại: 2,697,000 đ
Tiết kiệm: 33%
Giá trọn gói về Việt Nam 1,782,000 đ
Giá sau thuế tại Mỹ 1,220,000 đ ($49.99)
Thuế và phí thông quan 305,000đ
Trọng lượng vận chuyển 0.70kg
Phí vận chuyển về Việt Nam 257,000đ

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6 smart outlets: Independently control 6 smart outlets, and charge 3 devices with built in USB ports; Ideal for controlling electronics in your home, home office, or small business

Surge protection: ETL certified surge protection shields sensitive electronics and appliances from sudden power surges that can occur during weather storms and cause irreparable damage

Energy monitoring : Monitor how much energy devices connected to the power strip consume; Check on each one from your Kasa smart app and turn off ones that are using too much power

Control from anywhere: Control connected devices from anywhere with the Kasa Smart app. Power up your office remotely and even your holiday lights from the app

Voice control: Remotely control your smart plug and use voice commands with Alexa, Google Assistant, or MicroSoft Cortana. Plug type:3-prong plug

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bởi Technovore
First off you cannot monitor or turn off/on the power over the USB ports. Only the 6 sockets. The USB ports are also non QI ports so its a constant 5V 2.4 amps.My unit made it through QA with cosmetic damage on one of the USB ports and it was intermittently faulty. I brought a new one and it new one is 100% perfect. Returned the old one.I like that the outlets are spaced out enough to allow wall adapter plug like those for external hard drives and each outlet has a physical button to turn off/on the outlet. The angle wall plug is great too as it doesn't steal the adjacent outlet.Now I must say that with the Kasa app, it is a better experience on Android. IOS falls short on a few things such as real-time updates on the energy monitoring. When you go to the energy tab on IOS it goes to a static image, to update the readings you must switch to another section like timer or away and switch back to see the new energy reading. This is not the case on Android, all the energy readings update in realtime.Icon layout inconsisty between products in the app. On this HS300 Power Strip the icons are displayed from left to right "Schedule, Timer, Away, Energy" on the HS105 Smart Plug the icon layout from left to right is "Schedule, Away, Timer". May seem a little picky but a consistent layout in the app between products should be straight forward.Update 2/27/2019It appears TPLink have resolved my gripe about the icon layout inconsistently across all the devices. Version 2.9.0 on IOS was just rolled out and now the GUI on the HS300 power strip , HS105 smart plugs and the HS200 wall switches are all the same.
bởi Jeremy French
I bought this power strip to help me monitor electricity usage in an off-grid situation. I would not recommend it for this purpose. For one thing, the monitoring capability is minimal. You can monitor each outlet individually, but you can only see three numbers for each: how much is currently being used, how much has been used for the day, and how much has been used on average (but for what time period is unclear). There is no historical data available, so you can't evaluate usage patterns or identify spikes without constantly monitoring the app on your phone.The other downside probably should have been obvious, but I didn't think of it before I purchased it. Which is that the power strip itself draws power, even when nothing is plugged in. I didn't measure how much it was drawing specifically, but it was enough that the power strip was getting quite warm to the touch from just sitting idle, plugged in. It wasn't quite uncomfortable to hold, but let's just say it would work nicely as a hand warmer. It makes sense, when you think about it, because there's a WiFi radio in there that's running all the time. If you're in a normal on-grid situation, this is probably not much of an issue, but when you're counting your kwh, you don't want your monitoring equipment adding to the overhead.It also, really does need an internet-connected wifi router to connect to. It's absolutely mandatory to set the thing up. It was strange, because when I plugged the power strip in for the first time, it shows up as an available wifi on my phone, and you can successfully connect to it. But this connection is not sufficient for the app to work. It can't find the power strip even though it's connected directly to the power strip. I then tried to turn on the hotspot for my phone, and let the power strip connect to that, but that also doesn't work. You and the power strip must both be connected to a third wifi network, then the app works as expected.However, all that was mostly due to the fact that I was using the item for a purpose other than what it was designed for, so I can't fault the manufacturer for that. All in all, it's a very solid piece of equipment, very high quality, good thick cord and good solid manufacturing. The app is well designed and easy to use It is a large power strip, probably 25% bigger than your normal, average, non-smart power strip, which means it's got lots of room between the plugs for big adapter- or brick-style plugs.The one thing that's poorly designed is the mounting holes on the back. It has two holes that are the typical keyhole style, and they are made in such a way that you can mount the power strip either horizontally or vertically, which is a nice touch. However there was an error made in the design process, because a screw will not slot into the narrow part, no matter which way you try to slide it. There's a small piece in the corner that blocks a screw from entering the slot either way. That's an unfortunate error in an otherwise excellently engineered piece of equipment.
bởi Robert Park Ku
Only can be controlled by Kasa app, but Alexa and Google Home app can't recognize device.Only with Kasa app, I can control local, and thru the internet, that means it's not remote control configuration issue, it means firmware is the one blocks third party remote control.I called tp-link support but 4 diffrent tech peoples keep insisting me to enable remote control button, which is missing in kasa smart app.So I sent screen shot of device setting, then they sent me e-mail, " I reported this problem, to the supervisor. " about three weeks ago.But No firmware update yet.I'm still waiting.
bởi StephSchiff
The ease of use of this device is it's best feature. I've been using the two outlet plug for a few weeks and liked it enough to purchase the power strip. I liked that enough to order 2 more, one for my house and one as a gift to my technologically-challenged mother. Alexa integration is seamless. I can say, "Alexa, turn on the fan" and it happens without having to say, "Alexa, ask Kasa to turn on the fan." The app makes it easy to name items and put them on schedules if desired. Unlike many smart home products, I don't need a hub or separate app (other than the TP Link Kasa app) to make it work it efficiently with Alexa (no IFTTT needed). I haven't had to do any resets and after playing with it quite a bit, have not needed to repeat myself once for things to turn off and on. The Alexa integration is seamless.Once I used the first power strip for tracking electricity use, I bought the second power strip to get a handle on what devices are "energy vampires" in our home in other rooms even though I have plenty of dumb power strips that would suffice otherwise. With this, you're able to see total, daily, and monthly energy usage and I schedule things to turn off during the night and when we're not usually home/in that room much. A simple voice command still turns it on if it is needed during the scheduled off times. Hopefully this will lower our electric bill over time.