These are attractive bulbs that work well, but we're waiting for deeper integration with HomeKit before buying in.
This two-port USB car charger and smartphone vent mount are only as big as a stick of gum when combined.
Philips Hue's LEDs are still the color-changing bulbs to beat, but they're still awfully expensive -- and the competition is catching up quickly. Apple HomeKit integration is a big step forward for the software, but it's disappointing that the hardware didn't get more of an upgrade, as well.
These aren't the cheapest smart bulbs you can buy, but Osram's Lightify LED Starter Kit is more affordable than Philips or Belkin's, and arguably more feature-rich, too. As a legitimate competitor, it deserves consideration.
Leave your phone in your pocket -- for $40, the Philips Hue Wireless Dimming Kit gives you a smart bulb and a handy switch that doubles as a remote.
With new low-cost color-changing LEDs, this already ambitious setup looks even better in 2014.
The Monster Central Power Control Kit sits behind the competition on features, making its $140 price point completely outlandish.
This camera kit is a reasonable option for outdoor home security, but its app needs an update and I wish the cameras had high-definition settings.
D-Link is at CES 2016 with its first Unified Wi-Fi Home Network Kit, which includes a AC4200 router and a AC1300 extender. It's expected to cost $370.
As the first retail-ready HomeKit product, Lutron's kit is just the beginning of Siri-integrated smart home control, but it works so well that I can easily recommend it today for any iOS users interested in plug-in lighting and dimmer products.