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Eve Systems unveils new Matter-certified smart home devices

Eve continues to add Matter support to all of its smart home devices. See what the systems company announced at CES 2023.
Written by Jason Cipriani, Contributing Writer
Image: Eve

Eve Systems was one of the first smart home accessory makers to update some of its existing products to support Matter, a smart home platform that allows devices to work across multiple platforms such as Alexa, Google Home, and Apple HomeKit. Now, the company is announcing more Matter-certified devices that will launch in just a few weeks. 

Also: Nanoleaf announces Matter-compatible smart lighting at CES 2023

On March 28, Eve will begin selling its $50 Even Door & Window sensor, $40 Eve Energy smart plug, and $50 Eve Motion, a motion detection sensor. 

All three products will be available directly from Eve, through Amazon and Apple

Also: CES 2023 tech you can actually buy now

In addition to the new Matter-certified products, the company also announced the new Eve MotionBlinds Upgrade Kit for Roller Blinds. For $200, the retrofit kit turns basic roller blinds into smart, connected blinds you can control remotely and via automation. 

Also: GE Lighting adds new Cync hexagon panels, bulbs, and customizable neon lights

There's also a version of Eve MotionBlinds for Honeycomb & Venetian blinds that can tilt and lift the blinds to let in just the right amount of light. 

Eve plans on releasing a firmware update for all MotionBlinds products in the first quarter, including the original MotionBlinds announced during CES 2023.

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