Tendril Networks shows off its line of smart home energy devices. Minus the $200, touchscreen Vision dashboard, which has been discontinued based on research that shows utilities aren’t likely to underwrite a $200 device, and that people who might buy one are likely to already own a high-end smartphone or iPad.
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