It’s not a “smart” smoke alarm, per se, but it does offer solid protection on a budget.
Usability isn’t this smart irrigation system’s strong point, but it gets water where it needs to be in your landscaping.
With models from Lutron, Wemo, Leviton, iDevices, and others, it can be difficult to know which easy and inexpensive device is best for controlling the lamps and small appliances in your smart home. We’ll help you find the right one.
This Best Buy exclusive hits the market at about $9.50 a pop (but they come in a $18.99 two-pack).
The companion app for Treatlife's Wi-Fi dimmer, however, is as primitive as ever.
This dual smart plug is a solid alternative to dimmable smart bulbs, especially in fixtures with multiple sockets.
myQ needs to revisit its service plan prices to make this garage-centric camera more appealing.
The Pro upgrade takes Eufy’s indoor/outdoor cam kit to nearly 3 megapixels.
The new Wemo saves space, but some competitors deliver more for less.
Ruggedized for the elements, battery-powered—and priced at just $50.
Wiring can be confusing, so Jasco offers a simplified workaround.
Despite a rocky wireless implementation, August cements its place as one of the top smart lock contenders.
This monolithic smart lock successfully brings two worlds together.
A buggy fingerprint reader spoils Eufy’s biggest selling point.
This inexpensive wireless sensor can reduce the amount of energy your home consumes drying your laundry.
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