From smart locks to smart lights, we've reviewed all kinds of connected home products this year. Thi
Enthusiasts will appreciate Revolv's attempt to bring order to the smart home universe, but those still dabbling with one or two connected devices should wait for this market to expand.
The Revolv Smart Home Solution Wi-Fi Hub looks to simplify control for a wide variety of smart connected appliances. Using a home's existing Wi-Fi network and smart devices, the hub can control things from near and afar.
Home Depot will sell the Revolv hub in stores and online.
This simple, easy-to-use device wants to anchor all of your various smart home devices in one app-driven hub.
Thanks to an easy-to-use companion app, this smart home hub puts control for all your devices in one place.
Owners of the Insteon Hub will be able to control Nest's Learning Thermostat alongside smart LEDs, motion detectors, wireless cameras, and other connected devices, within Insteon's app.
Staples Connect will launch supporting perhaps the largest curated ecosystem of smart home devices.
The fee-free home automation platform is starting to look like a true contender for smart home supremacy.
With smart devices booming, all-in-one smart hubs are starting to emerge as well, offering the promise of a singular control center for all of your automatable gizmos. Here are the ones we've come across so far.
It's probably too early to commit to a master smart-home platform, but for basic home automation across multiple devices, Staples Connect works well -- and at $99, it's priced just right.