With a price tag of just $14, the road to commodity status for this product category is nearly complete.
We liked First Alert's first smart smoke/CO detector, but this iteration removes that model's best features and doesn't act much like a smart device at all.
With just three outlets and a $60 price tag, this one is a tough sell.
ConnectSense extends the appeal of its winning smart outlet, adding Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa in addition to HomeKit support.
Tired of trudging out to your mailbox only to find that your mail hasn't arrived yet? SAM will notify you the moment it arrives—as long as your box isn't too far from your house.
This HomeKit-compatible smart outlet is protected from the weather, so you can extend the perimeter of your smart home into wet and damp locations such as your patio and porch.
Centralite's new smart outlet is an affordable, compact choice for ZigBee ecosystems.
Nanoleaf continues to innovate in the realm of decorative home lighting. It's new Canvas Smart Light Squares open up new opportunities for creating your own illuminated wall art.
You can open this smart lock with a PIN or your uniquely identifiable fingerprint.
If you have a Rachio 3 smart sprinkler controller, this add-on device will inform you if your irrigation system springs a leak.
The smart plug market is getting crowded, but the innovative Currant Smart Outlet stands out.
Lutron's lamp dimmer kit can be expanded with in-wall smart dimmers, not just additional smart plugs.
Tired of smart plugs that block adjacent outlets? Give this svelte model a try.
With Cue, Abode takes another step toward broadening the appeal of its security-focused smart home system.
This is one of the least-expensive home security systems we've encountered (you have the option of paying nothing up front), but it can't integrate other smart home devices—including home security cameras.