If you're looking for a larger, smarter oven and don't need fancy meal kits, I'd recommend the June Intelligent Oven.
This range is a solid choice if the appearance of your appliance is important in your buying decisions. But there are plenty of gas ranges that provide similar features at a better value.
This is a fun product for the bad cook with money to spare. All others should hold off until we have more players in the smart oven game, when prices should fall.
Consider a lower-priced, freestanding gas range, such as the Samsung NX58F5700 or the Kenmore 74343, instead of the middling Samsung NX58H9500WS. Is a slide-in range on your must-have list? Take a look at the KitchenAid KSGB900ESS, a similar range with a solid cooking performance.
The costly Frigidaire Gallery 30-Inch Electric Range may offer solid performance and handsome styling but lacks convection, making the less expensive yet evenly matched GE JB650SFSS a better buy.
With the KDRS407, KitchenAid maintains its reputation for making beautiful ranges that cook food well. Consider this range when looking at dual-fuel models.
If you're a fan of meal kits, Tovala is a worthy investment. If you're looking for a smart oven for all foods, the June Intelligent Oven is still your best bet.
Get this Flex Duo range if you lack the space or the budget for a full double oven, but crave a similar degree of versatility.
Get this gas KitchenAid range for its uncomplicated oven interface and regularly above-average performance results.
The Electrolux EI30EF45QS provides a taste of luxury that costs less than comparable models and performs just as well -- if not better.
This gas range is too middle-of-the-road to justify its hefty price.
The Samsung Gas Range with True Convection is a solid choice with more accessories and options than many comparably priced appliances.
Kenmore's 41072 performs well and can hold a lot more laundry than your standard front-load washer, making it a huge asset for larger families.
Whirlpool has created a connected smart oven that works with Nest as part of the company's Smart Kitchen Suite.
Samsung will add Wi-Fi to four of its ranges. The accompanying app will let you know if your burners on and control your oven's temperature.
Hankering for homemade pies of your own? General Electric's new $9,900 Monogram Pizza Oven could be just the ticket for aspiring domestic pizzaioli.
AEG, part of the Electrolux Group of manufacturers, is the latest company to attempt to remove the guesswork from cooking.
Like the original June Intelligent Oven, the $1,995 June Pro is an oven with a camera that recognizes a limited number of foods and cooks them automatically. But you can build the Pro into your kitchen cabinets.