Some time ago D-Link announced the launch of their own smart home plugs, which work in a similar way to most of the other smart plugs out there but have been designed by D-Link.

They started with just support for their own application and then expanded that with support for the Amazon Echo personal assistant soon after, today they announced that they expanded upon that again with support for the Google Assistant and thus Google Home as well.

With the additional support, you will be able to turn the power on or off to a device remotely just with your voice.

D-Link explained more with the following:

D-Link today announced that its mydlink Wi-Fi Smart Plugs (DSP-W215 and DSP-W110) are compatible with the Google Assistant on Google Home, eligible Android phones and iPhones. Consumers can control their mydlink Wi-Fi Smart Plugs from anywhere by saying “Ok Google” and asking the Google Assistant to turn the plugs on and off, opening up a world of possibilities for homeowners to manage their appliances. D-Link Smart Plugs are the first of many mydlink products to work with the Google Assistant. D-Link strives to continue expanding its range of Google Assistant-compatible products so that consumers can easily manage home automated devices in their smart home.

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