Domina X10 Home Controller, Faux LCD Touchscreen

Posted: May 11 2007, 3:09pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 1:48am CDT, in News | Other Stuff

Domina X10 Home Controller, Faux LCD Touchscreen
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If you always harbored a secret need for one of those big LCD touch screens to control your home with, but don’t have the kind of funds required for such fancy pants tech, the Domina X10 may be more your speed.

What looks at first glance to be a LCD touch screen is actually a simple frame with a picture of your home in it. Behind the photo are buttons that you can press to turn lights and control other automated items in your home.

In addition to the frame you see in the photos that is connected to your home’s wiring, you also need a wireless transceiver for the system to work. While the geek in you might lust for something along the lines of the Harmony 1000 remote control that can control your home as well, the practical side of you will appreciate the fact that the Domina X10 costs a mere $395.

The system has a 15-30 meter wireless range and the techy component of the frame is the 4-wire resistive touch element over 1mm clear glass. There is also a template that can be downloaded to Word that allows you to print your picture out on any printer with the button locations marked. Via Simply Automate.

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