* A standaone remote control for HS300
** Remote has 1 button per outlet you want to control (NO menus, no navigation, just simple 1:1 mapping between remote buttons and the power strip like you see in older "NON-IOT wireless outlet remotes")
** remote uses simplest wireless technology that supports pairing (BT zigbee whatever, just not wifi... think of how the Lutron lighting switch remotes pair and work)
Generic Use case:
* Consumer actively manages power on the HS300, but does not want or need to build their own custom remote device which uses your API. That's a lot of work for a customer.
* The point behind the 1:1 remote button simplicity and allow the customer to do something custom without ever touching the power strip itself..
My Use Case:
Specifically, I am managing a rack full of devices in a 12U server rack.
Right now, in order for me to access your on/off buttons, I have to position your power strip OUTSIDE the server rack. The HS300 is really nice, and far cheaper than a $300 networked 1U PDU.
((I could accomplish what I want using those older, non-Kasa radio-based power outlet remotes, but those are becoming harder to find now and I would be crowding in outlet dongles which is not ideal))