Part keyless lock, the other doorbell camera, this gadget combines the functions of both in one. The lock also uses Wi-Fi and Bluetooth to pair with your phone and your local network to let you control the lock remotely.
Originally published on Jan. 7, this gallery will be regularly updated throughout CES.
Meet the $220 Asus Lyra Voice. It's a compelling combination of wireless smart speaker and mesh network router. The Lyra is also fully compatible with Alexa, thanks to an onboard microphone.
GE's current line of smart lighting will soon enjoy Alexa support. Called C by GE, it includes light switches and dimmers, LED bulbs, smart plugs and sensors. The C line will also integrate with Google Assistant. Support for Apple HomeKit will arrive later this year.
Turn your dumb ceiling fans into smart, connected ones with the Lutron Caseta Fan Speed Control. It links to Lutron's Caseta wireless bridge, which supports a wide range of smart home platforms and services. That includes Alexa, Google Assistant, Apple HomeKit and IFTTT.
This smart electrical outlet monitors the power usage of devices connected to it. It then analyzes that data to suggest which appliances you should shut down to save juice. You can control the outlet with Alexa and Google Assistant, as well as through the Currant mobile app.
HVAC manufacturer Daikin announced a smart thermostat, the One+. This touchscreen thermostat is designed to work with Daikin HVAC systems and other related Daikin devices, such as air-quality sensors and more.
First Alert has thrown itself into the video doorbell fray. Its new Onelink Bell has a 1080p HD resolution camera, a 180-degree lens, night vision, and two-way audio. It works with Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant, too.
Appliance maker Gourmia unveiled a new Alexa-compliant kitchen appliance. The $150 11-in-1 Deluxe Multicooker works with Alexa voice commands. It will also acknowledge voice instructions through Google Assistant and Gourmia's Mia mobile app.
KitchenAid is debuting its own brand of smart oven at CES 2019 with the Smart Oven+, and just like its iconic mixer, it comes with powered attachments. These accessories include hardware for steaming and grilling along with a high-performance baking stone. The Smart Oven+ also works with Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant. These integrations let you use voice commands to adjust Smart Oven+ settings remotely.
Home theater setups are often cramped, without much room or extra space. The Klipsch Bar helps by packing in the sound of multiple speakers in one. The 48-inch 48W model integrates support for Alexa, so you won't need to shoehorn in an additional smart speaker. If you'd prefer to control the device with Google Assistant or Apple AirPlay, the Bar 48W works with those options too.
If money is no object, but stylish, connected bathroom fixtures are, check out Kohler's smart bathroom collection. The line includes an intelligent toilet, a free-standing bath, a lighted mirror and a lighted three-piece vanity. You can control their accent lights through Alexa and Google Assistant voice commands. There's a Verdera Voice Lighted Mirror, too, which comes in either Google Assistant or Alexa models.
The Lenovo Smart Tab cleverly combines the best parts of tablets and smart displays. On the one hand, it's a 10-inch Android tablet complete with the full power of Google's mobile operating system. Set it on a dock, and it becomes a smart display similar to the Amazon Echo Show, complete with full-screen visuals that you can see from across the room.
With a built-in microphone, a tiny speaker and a built-in Wi-Fi radio, this new Leviton Decora switch is a smart dimmer that doubles as an Alexa access point. All you need is a neutral wire. No word on final pricing yet, but Leviton says to expect it by this summer.
Instead of mounting a doorbell camera outside, there's another option. The new Ring Door View Cam sits on the inside of your door, and peers out of its peephole. The Door View gets power from a rechargeable battery, too, so no hard wiring required. And as an Amazon company, the Door View Cam is fully compatible with Alexa.
Amazon-owned video doorbell startup Ring brought to CES 2019 a new lineup of motion-activated LED lights. Meant for the exterior of your home, the list includes spotlights, floodlights, step lights and path lights. They turn on automatically when they detect motion. They can also send you an alert, trigger your Ring cameras to start recording, or fire up other Ring lights around your house. They'll accept voice commands you give to Alexa as well.
At CES, Sony announced that Amazon Alexa support is coming to its highly rated over-ear noise-canceling wireless headphones -- the WH-1000XM3 and WH-1000XM2 -- as well as the in-ear neckband-style WI-1000X, which also has noise-canceling technology. You can then use your voice to ask Alexa to do things like play music, change tracks, control smart home devices, search the internet for information and more.
According to Trifo, the Ironpie uses a combination of sophisticated visual sensors, processing power and software. The result: It cleans floors quickly, efficiently and effectively. Additionally, the robot is designed to track its current position, and remember where it has been previously.
Moen's U Smart Shower was another product at CES with Alexa compatibility. Moen also said it will also bring support for Apple's Siri and Google Assistant onboard soon.
The $999 Vuzix Blade headset is the first pair of Alexa-compatible smart glasses. The headset takes video and photos, and plays audio through integrated headphones. It can also display images, video, apps and messages right on the lenses.
The Yale Assure Lever Lock is aimed at doors that lack a deadbolt -- the company offers basement and side doors as examples. As a member of the Assure line, it uses a digital touchpad to control access. Swappable wireless modules let you can integrate it into either a Z-Wave, Zigbee or August Smart Lock-compatible smart home ecosystem. Soon it will work with Ring security products too, along with Alexa.