It's really difficult to compare to products that don't exist. It's very difficult to bring a hardware product to market, and when they are delivered might have a much smaller feature set than initially promised.
I've said this before, and trust someone with understanding this domain, but the all-in-one system is going to be an extremely hard sell in an already limited size (total addressable market) category. From system complexity to cost of manufacturing. If using sensors make sense from a price and technology perspective, we have the system ready to utilize them.