By 2020, Lowes is looking to replace all of your televisions in a 2026 timeline, the company announced Tuesday.
“The world is changing fast and consumers are looking for new ways to stay connected,” Lowes vice president of global marketing and sales Ben Baugh told Wired in a statement.
“Our vision is to make it easy to stay in touch with family, friends and business colleagues on a wide variety of devices, including tablets, smartphones, TVs, wearables and connected appliances.”
The company said it will be rolling out new devices with new features to help people stay connected.
These include a new, secure, and secure smart home app that can sync your location, calendars, photos, contacts, and more, and a new Smart Home app that offers remote access to devices and smart home appliances.
In a new release of its smart home hub app, the new Smart Hub app, Lowels will enable people to control the home remotely with a smartphone or tablet.
“Lowes has built an extensive portfolio of products that support a wide range of home entertainment needs,” the company said in a press release.
“We are excited to see what consumers want and look forward to helping them fulfill their smart home entertainment and lifestyle needs in the near future.”
A new, improved version of the Smart Hub App was announced last week, bringing a slew of new features, including a new remote control feature, new location-based settings, and access to additional features including a video chat function.
The new hub app is available for free to Lowes users and will be available for $19.99 per month.
It’s also available for purchase through the Lowes app store for $24.99 a month.
Lowes also announced it will begin shipping its smart appliances in 2019, with all models coming with the Smart Home Hub app.
The Smart Hub is a device that connects to multiple appliances in the home, and it also allows you to control multiple appliances remotely, with a phone, tablet, or other device.