From induction ranges to robot pancake makers, we covered a lot of ground in March. Click through the gallery to revisit some of the month's highlights.
Shanghai-based Sengled introduced this GU10-shaped Boost LED at Mobile World Congress.
The colorful Keurig K200 was unveiled at Chicago's International Housewares Show. It's supposed to be able to handle both single- and four-cup brews.
The $249 Nubo is designed to work over Wi-Fi and cellular connections.
Switchmate is a battery-powered magnetic device that's supposed to snap over your existing lighting controls to make them smart.
This hybrid machine claims to be able to transition from sous-vide-ing to searing without dirtying additional plates and utensils.
This camera looks like ArcSoft's Simplicam, but was less reliable; it regularly switched offline without explanation.
This update to the original Staples Hub looks better, doesn't have to be tethered to a router, and adds Bluetooth and ZigBee protocols.
Bonavita's smaller coffee maker costs $140 and can supposedly make four to five cups at a time.
This handy blender-food processor hybrid comes with two 16-ounce travel cups.
At $459, this Vitamix blender is a definite splurge. It's similar to the highly rated S30, except that it adds presets to the mix.
Blendtec's new Connect Food Preparation System brings Bluetooth smarts to your kitchen with an app and blender, scale and mixer syncing.
This $150 blender includes an 800-watt, nonstick heating element.
Oxo recently unveiled a series of small appliances at the International Housewares Show, but we especially liked this sleek 12-cup brewer.
This 6-quart aluminum appliance is supposed to handle all of your sous-vide and slow-cooking needs.
Why cook breakfast yourself when you can count on the $299 PancakeBot's robo-precision?
Supposedly, you'll be able to check in on your Alarm.com security devices straight from an Apple Watch.
This beautiful coffee brewer relies on vacuum pressure and vapor to make your morning cuppa.
The $79 Davek Alert Umbrella has integrated Bluetooth tech that tells you when it's lost.
If you aren't a confident mixed-drink-maker, Pure Imagination's Perfect Drink gives you the step-by-step guidance you need.
This lock-and-camera-in-one wants your front door to be a stronger line of defense.
This $3,699 induction range is one speedy cooker -- it can boil water and broil burgers faster than the competition.
Dacor's new "Fully Integrated" refrigerators, starting at $7,000, are premium from top to bottom.
Abode is a DIY home security system with optional professional dealer features, such as cellular backup and 24-7 monitoring.
Frigidaire's $2,599 FGHB2866PF was warmer than the ideal target temp, which could cause premature food spoilage.
You can cook up a decent meal with the Electrolux EI30GF35JS, but don't expect this gas range to exceed expectations.
Samsung's NX58F5700 brings some much-needed style to the midprice gas range category.
We thought that $2,000 was a lot to spend for an "automated brewer" that still requires significant grunt work on your part.
LG's LMXS30776S made up for its too-small ice bin with solid features and performance.
This air-purifying fan is slated to hit retail throughout Asia in April, with other countries to follow.
Securifi's new local interface claims to be able to work faster than cloud-based platforms like Wink.