The competition is fierce in the video doorbell market, and this one from security camera vet Lorex doesn't deliver enough features or performance.
The latest video doorbell from Ring adds dual-band Wi-Fi better motion detection, but there's no step up in video resolution or field of view.
Local network storage means you won't need to pay for an ongoing subscription to use Eufy's high-resolution doorbell camera.
The Arlo Video Doorbell is our new top pick, displacing the Nest Hello in the hardwired category.
This doorbell camera is the best choice for pairing with an August smart lock, but it's not the best choice in this category.
This is a well-made, well-priced smart thermostat—even if it doesn’t deliver all the bells and whistles.
But a quirky app, limited chime compatibility, and an expensive cloud-storage plan limit its appeal.
This is a very good product, but it relies on your existing doorbell wiring and it lacks any hooks into any broader smart home system.
Scout doesn't pack every important feature into its video doorbell, nor would you expect it to for the price, but it does have some nifty features.
Netvue makes a big AI promise for its Belle video doorbell, but that feature falls flat.
Sluggish, convoluted, and unreliable, this low-cost smart thermostat just can't justify its $99 price tag.
You can make your old window air conditioner smarter, but you can’t make it quieter or more efficient.
It's not as sophisticated as some other systems, but it costs less and is easier to set up.
Nest Who? Ecobee builds our top pick in smart thermostats.
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