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The Fluance Fi70 is being billed as the first speaker to house dual 8-inch woofers. It's a sculpted 81-pound monster.
Not only do they enable hands-free chatting, they also free you from dealing with tangled wires as you would have to with a regular headset. Here's a list of the Bluetooth headsets we liked best.
This is a pretty unexceptional smart bulb, but it delivers on most of its promises at a bargain bin price. For basic, app-enabled color control, it's a decent pick.
This is a sensible high-end upgrade with no major weak spots of note. If you're a fan of Door-in-Door fridges and you like listening to music or podcasts while in the kitchen, then it belongs on your wish list.
The Beoplay's strong design, sound and battery life make it a worthy premium mini Bluetooth speaker contender.
The Anova Wi-Fi makes it easy to sous vide from afar, thanks to a response app that the company keeps improving. This is a good product to add to your own kitchen drawer.
You can use an app or a touchpad to unlock Master Lock's Bluetooth Smart Padlock, which was on display at this year's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
For basic automation, these Bluetooth bulbs will do the trick, but if you want your lights to work as part of a larger connected home setup, look elsewhere.
The Philips Flex works OK for casual listening at midlevel volumes, but your dollar can go further with other models that sound much better.
Due this fall, the color-changing iLumi smart LED is getting a makeover, new features and a fresh round of early-bird pricing specials.
If you've committed to HomeKit for your smart-home setup (and if you own an Apple TV), then this is an easy lock to recommend, but keep in mind that other locks like it are compatible with more products and platforms.