Eaton’s latest smart home product line depends on Alexa—the app, not necessarily the speaker.
Ring’s new sensor gives you a heads-up when the mail arrives, but its limited range won’t work for everyone.
Even better news: A revamped exterior design corrects Kwikset’s most glaring flaw.
Blue is a vast improvement over ADT’s first smart home security system, but bugs remain.
Individual socket control and broad support for smart home standards are the highlights of this otherwise generic offering.
Though rough around the edges, this affordable smart plug includes some excellent features, such as energy monitoring.
An unusual design is perhaps the only frill on this smart plug.
This simple outdoor smart plug is hampered by erratic operation.
Premium pricing makes this dimmer a bit of a tough sell.
Save your pennies if you want to adopt Nest’s sleek—yet limited—security offering.
Compatible with 98 percent of water meters, Flume 2 solidifies its place as one of the best ways to keep tabs on your water usage.
Certified for use with Alexa and Xfinity Home, but decidedly unimpressive otherwise.
With real-world range of more than 300 feet indoors and 1,000-plus feet out, this LoRa-based hub works in situations where better-known technologies won’t.
This on/off plug ties in well with C by GE in-wall switches, bulbs, and other smart lighting products.
Even better, numerous C by GE products—smart bulbs, switches, and plugs—can work together, no matter what your wiring looks like.
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