or anywhere in-between.
It's certainly stylish. Looks like it should be called the iTemp!
I'm not sure it really accomplishes much beyond saving 5 minutes to get another programmed.
My current one "learns" in that, for example, if you want it to be 68 degrees when you wake up at 5am, it "learns" how long it takes the system to get it to that temp. So, you set it for 5am, and it really kicks the heat on at 4:35am or what have you. It's also programmable with four "events" during the day and seven days a week.
What it DOESN'T have, and I would like, is the ability to be adjusted via the web.
If I turn it down before going away for a weekend, I want to be able to bump it up an hour before I arrive home...via a smartphone in the car.
::::::: No disrespect to Axiom, but my favorite woofer is my yellow lab :::::::