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Despite some notable caveats, the Kuna Light Fixture is a discreet and stylish security camera for your home.
August's HomeKit-enabled Smart Lock 2.0 improves on an already awesome product and is worth strong consideration -- even if you don't have an iPhone.
August's Doorbell Cam is the best model we've reviewed to date and is especially appealing if you have a Smart Lock or are planning to get one. Just keep in mind that it may not fit in the same spot as your old doorbell.
If you're looking to maximize your TV dollar and don't care about 4K, it's tough to go wrong with the Vizio E series.
Kuvée has a cool concept, but until the wine selection grows significantly and the valve system improves, it won't add enough lifespan to your wine to justify itself. For anyone serious about wine, even slightly altered flavor after a few days is a nonstarter.
The Amazon Tap is a competent mix of portable Bluetooth speaker and digital assistant. It's worth a look if you want Alexa on the go, but the Tap isn't the best Bluetooth speaker or the best Alexa-enabled device you can find.
There are better keyboards available for the money, but there's a lot to like about those in-app smarts, too. At $300, the smaller version of this smart piano would make a good gift and a great outlet for a creative kid.
This smart speaker works with Amazon's Alexa, makes calls, plays music and, most importantly, displays doodles!
Klug Home claims it will turn your router into the most integrated smart home hub yet.
The D-Link Komfy Switch with Camera merges lighting control with home security quite seamlessly and discreetly -- and the environmental sensors are a welcome bonus. Consider it as a standalone security product in any area you'd like to watch more closely.