I just saw that this product was released (not sure how long it's been out), the ArduroSmart ERIA Smart Dimming Switch. It's battery-powered, wireless, works over ZigBee, and appear similar to the Hue dimmer but is able to fit into standard decorator wall plate:
For people without a Lutron Smart Bridge Pro, this could be a good, albeit slightly uglier, alternative to Pico or the discontinued Connected remotes if it works well with Hubitat. It says it's ZigBee 3.0, so hopefully it would be possible to pair like an HA 1.2 device. It is, of course, also an alternative to the Hue Dimmer remotes, though the Hue Dimmer is larger and doesn't fit in a decorator plate (not sure this one officially does either but it's the same size; you just might have to rig your own mounting solution). Unlike the Hue Dimmer, however, I doubt it's actually configurable in the Hue app in case you're using it on the Hue ZigBee network--I'm still waiting for the new Friends of Hue DImmers that were announced for various manufacturers earlier this fall, but this doesn't seem to be one of them, which I assume would get official support in the app.
If nothing else, like the IKEA remotes, they can be also joined to the bulb's network (if not Hubitat) to control the bulbs directly (Hue remotes technially do this too but have to be configured via the Hue Bridge; I think it is implied that these have a way to configure this from the remote itself like the IKEA ones do).
Just curious if anyone has tried one. At a $20 USD list price, it's a tempting price--cheaper than the Hue Dimmer and just a bit more than a Pico without the need for the Bridge--but I'm not sure I need any more remotes, having a herd of Hue Dimmers, Hue Taps, and Pico remotes already.