The Wallflower is a $170 Wi-Fi-enabled device that sends you alerts when the stove is on and you're not home.
The switch works well and it's easy to get running, but the clunky physical controls, lack of compatibility outside Apple and plain design prevent it from being a really great product.
RoomMe by Intellithings claims to manage your smart home sans voice control -- or apps.
Mistbox wants to lower your energy bill by gently spraying water on your outside AC unit. Confused? Keep reading.
With growing support for third-party smart home devices you might already have, Comcast's Xfinity Home makes it simple to create a custom security and home automation setup. (Terms and conditions may apply.)
Look no further than Ring's battery-powered Video Doorbell 2 if you don't want to deal with electrical wiring.
The Nest Cam IQ is a solid camera that costs a little too much to readily recommend to most home security DIYers.
Yes, the weather alerts are redundant with your phone, but Halo+ implements the feature well enough to be worth your consideration as a Nest Protect alternative.
Amazon's touchscreen Alexa device shows potential for people interested in video chatting with friends and family members, but it needs a little more development before we'd recommend it.
This hub brings user sharing, remote control and more to Flic's winning smart button.
The Dash Wand is a dirt-cheap Alexa device that pays for itself if you already shop on Amazon.
The Video Doorbell Pro is a solid smart buzzer, but its space-saving design is its main selling point.
This is about the best affordable smart plug I’ve tested. It’s reliable and unobtrusive and has solid core features. It isn’t as feature-rich as more expensive options, and it doesn’t integrate with enough platforms, but for the price, it’s a great buy.
Logitech's weatherproof Circle 2 security camera can talk to Siri and Alexa.
The Echo Look provides an objective second opinion on what you should wear. But if fashion's not your bag, opt for one of Amazon's cameraless, cheaper Echo speakers.
The Hive Welcome Home Standard system is solid, but its odd pricing system hurts its overall appeal.
iHome's bedside dock for the Echo Dot makes plenty of sense, but $70 is too high of an asking price.
Notion isn’t the best option at any individual task and the way it combines tasks doesn’t actually add much practical use.