Ring’s latest—and least-expensive—video doorbell impresses, but still doesn’t work well with Google Assistant.
20 bucks for a doorbell camera sounds like a great deal, right? Well, you’ll get what you paid for.
Ready to cut the cord? You’ll need a quality antenna to pick up digital broadcasts. Here are our recommendations for best indoor and outdoor TV antennas.
Lots of companies call their products “smart,” but it’s more than hyperbole in this case.
It’s well made, very inexpensive, and it picked up all major local TV stations in our tests.
The third component in ADT’s DIY home security system delivers good value for the money.
You can use it as a stand-alone security for your front door or integrate it into a larger DIY system, with optional professional monitoring.
The Blue Indoor Camera is a DIY home-security cam from ADT that will alert you should it hear a CO2 or smoke alarm going off.
You can mount Toucan's battery-powered video doorbell just about anywhere.
This is a good video doorbell, but you’ll need a subscription to get the most value from it.
This inexpensive TV antenna does a good job pulling in strong signals, but you might be happier paying a little more for higher performance.
We like the design and the signal amplifier at the antenna end of the cable, but this is not a top performer.
This interesting-looking antenna is good for the ‘burbs, but it’s not the best at pulling in broadcast channels.
The LEDs are intended to help you find the ultimate antenna placement. And you’ll need ‘em.
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