On TalkCentral this week, Duncan McLeod and Regardt van der Berg are joined by special guest — and veteran podcaster — Glen Verran for a wide-ranging discussion on home entertainment and home automation.
In the podcast, Glen talks about why he bought the Nvidia Shield to run his home entertainment setup — powering everything from Plex to DStv Now and YouTube to Netflix.
He also explains how he is dabbling with home automation, including intelligent lighting and smart speakers. It’s a fascinating discussion about what is possible for those wanting to automate their homes — importantly, without breaking the bank.
Listen to the show to find out who’s been picked as winner and loser of the week.
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