LOADS OF BUTTONS
TURN TOUCH US$59 ($77.52), turntouch.com
We love the look of the Turn Touch, with its luxurious mahogany finish, but we appreciate it might be too much for some. What isn’t up for debate is its capabilities – unlike the other buttons here, you can’t carry out different actions with different button presses; instead you get a whopping four buttons to stab at. On each button you can assign a different device, and each device gets four commands, giving you up to 16 individual commands at your disposal. This is great if you want more control over single devices or ecosystems. Turn Touch works with most major smart home services, such as Hue and Wemo, and it even supports HomeKit. It’s easy to set up and automatically scans for smart home stuff. The downsides? It only works with Mac and iOS, and it can get confusing remembering which buttons control what.
T3 SAYS A unique spin on the smart home button theme, Turn Touch gives you greater control over devices and looks stunning (if you like wood).