This is a no-brainer upgrade if you already own a set of color-changing Aurora panels, and a fun excuse to buy in if you're a tech-minded music lover.
This is a great bulb that gets just about everything right, and a perfect pick if you like to dial the lights down low but don't have dimmer switches.
These are excellent smart bulbs, but it's tough to justify the splurge unless you catch them on sale.
If you're just looking for a cheap-but-good smart bulb to pair with Alexa, put Eufy at the top of your list.
These bulbs are a nice decorative pick for exposed bulb setups in need of a little nostalgia.
Fake filament bulbs like this one are a nostalgic novelty, but the WarmGlow LED is a decent choice if that's the aesthetic you're going for.
Here's the third new Lifx product in the past two weeks: a set of smart, color-changing light bars that work with Siri, Alexa and the Google Assistant.
This is a very well-rounded LED at a fair price, and perfect if your home has high ceilings.
These bulbs are a cheaper alternative to Lifx or Hue, but they come with too many compromises for us to recommend them.
The Philips SceneSwitch floodlight is a great bargain, and a smart way to bring some limited dimming capability into your home without needing to wire in new light switches.
If Siri-powered color changes are all that you're after, then this might be the bulb for you.
Ikea's $80 gateway kit is too basic to recommend, but there's some sneaky value in Tradfri's other, cheaper bundles.
There are worthy competitors that cost less, but with strong light quality and dimming performance, the Hyperikon LED still merits a look.
The newest bulbs from Philips will turn your chandelier kaleidoscope colors.
If you aren't using dimmer switches, these are some of the best light bulbs you can buy.
These color-friendly bulbs are perfectly fine for everyday use, but go with something else if you use dimmer switches.
If you want to splurge on a color-changing smart bulb, you're better off just going with Lifx or Philips Hue.
Like most color-changing lights, these strips are a fun, expensive smart-home novelty.