A boom in wireless security cameras is inspiring a movement in DIY home surveillance. Follow our buying guide and read our reviews to find the best option for you.
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Combining a self-propelled vacuum with a handheld unit yields a tool that can clean more than your floors.
This HomeKit-enabled accessory tracks indoor temperature, humidity, and volatile organic compounds over time.
With its advanced mapping, deep cleaning, and intuitive app, the D7 is our favorite high-end robot vacuum.
This budget-priced robot vacuum includes some advanced features, including voice control via Amazon Alexa and a robust smartphone app.
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The slightly scaled-down version of the original Argus can be paired with a solar panel for continuous charging.
This home security camera makes it easy to monitor everything from kids to elderly parents.
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A unique self-sealing pod prevents dirt and dust from escaping into the air when you empty the vacuum's dustbin.
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This competent cleaner boasts laser navigation and Google Home and Amazon Alexa integration at a fraction of premium-model prices.
D-Link delivers another solid camera, but its app's emphasis on smart-home automation may limit its appeal.
Powerful suction, laser mapping, and an elegant app justify the high price.
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