Added support for Nest and IFTTT brings Leviton’s Wi-Fi-based smart products closer to a buy rating.
This avant-garde approach to smart home control needs refinement.
These bulbs work with the included hub, or with third-party gear.
It’s not perfect, but who wants another hockey puck just to talk to Alexa?
Eaton’s slim smart dimmer switch only works with its own lights, but it’s not as good as they are.
This budget-priced kit has a long way to go to compete in an increasingly crowded market.
This revamped SimpliSafe system brings DIY security to the masses, although it limits you to using SimpliSafe’s gear.
It’s short on handholding, but SkylinkNet’s SK-250 kit is a good-enough security offering (though not recommended for beginners).
With massive device support and a simple interface, it’s hard to beat SmartThings to anchor your smart home.
This pricey smart plug offers ground effects and solid energy-monitoring features.
Built for families and parties, Roxi can be slow on the draw, but it makes up for it in versatility.
Nest’s partnership with Yale is a rocky combination.
Improvements in battery life and wireless range, coupled with Nest integration, teach Notion some new tricks.
Jasco Products markets in-wall and plug-in ZigBee and Z-Wave lighting controls under the GE brand. Are they worthy of your smart home?
You can watch YouTube on a light switch, not that you’ll want to.