Amazon's smart security camera is an Editor's Choice pick, not least because it offers 24 hours of video clip storage in the cloud for free.
This app-connected cooking surface is perfect for anyone living in a small space that still wants to make delicious food.
Maybe your recent grad has a million dollar idea for a smart home product? Give her the tools to bring that to life with Google's build-it-yourself smart speaker and smart camera development kits.
For the less DIY-inclined, the Google Home Mini is an affordable, powerful smart assistant wrapped in an attractive cloth-covered housing.
$199 gets you a kit of nine, color-changing LED panels. They're compatible with every major voice control service, and you can even set them to move in time with your music. Perfect for dressing up any room.
Slide this $100 pad underneath your mattress to track how well your sleeping via its connected app.
Philips's entry-level LED starter kit remains our favorite way to add smart light bulbs to a home.
Shipping in June for $79, the Quartz water bottle promises to purify its contents with a wash of UV light.
The Roost Smart Battery delivers out-sized peace of mind for its small, 9-volt battery-sized packaging. Pop it into a smoke detector and it will not only provide power, but it will also send a message to your phone when the alarm goes off.
This simple smart plug lets you add basic, phone-connected smart to any household device via an especially-clean app interface.