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At CES 2019, Belkin unveiled a new WeMo Light Switch that not only brings it up to date from the previous generation, but it also brings native HomeKit support without the need for the WeMo Bridge hub.
The new light switch isn’t a dimmer (there’s already a WeMo Dimmer available that also has HomeKit support built in), but rather a simple on/off switch. It will come in either a single-pole version for $40 (which means that there’s only one switch controlling a light fixture), or you can get it in a three-way version for $50 (which is meant for setups where more than one light switch controls a light).
The new WeMo Light Switch will be available to purchase at some point over the summer.
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