Furthermore, rather than adjust to literal temperatures, it's designed to make it "feel like" such, factoring in how the current weather and moisture levels are effecting you.
It'll even keep you abreast of potential energy bill-busting issues by monitoring mechanical behavior over time. For instance, if it notices the A/C is working significantly harder this summer versus last, it may suggest changing the filter or getting it checked out by a professional.
Hear that? It's your once-state-of-the-art remote-controlled air conditioner griping over its imminent forced retirement.
Joe McGauley is a senior editor at Supercompressor. He's forwarding this article to his landlord.