This bed offers a lot of motion and massage options and with the added Sleeptracker Monitor you'll get Alexa-compatible sleep reports without using a wearable.
The Honeywell Smart Home Security Starter Kit's wonky facial recognition and Alexa feature limitations should give you pause. It's simply too expensive and too clunky to add much value to your home-security setup as the Starter Kit is today.
These bright, efficient bulbs are a fine choice if you like the look -- but seek something else if you use dimmer switches.
Ring didn't do anything particularly innovative with its Alarm Security Kit, but this inexpensive DIY system stands out because of its simplicity.
Unless it's essential that your light bulbs look like this, burn your money elsewhere.
Nanoleaf's Remote is just as likable as the panels it controls, but the unintuitive design makes it more of a geeky gimmick than anything else.
If you just need a light bulb and don't want to think about it too much, Cree's new LED is a safe, smart pick.
The Arlo Pro 2 security cameras ably deliver reliable live streaming and prompt activity alerts packed in durable weatherproof housing.
Stick with older Instant Pot models that are cheaper and cook food faster.
The price is right for this king-size light, but hold out for better options if you use dimmer switches.
These aren't the best color-changing bulbs that I've tested, but they offer very decent value, making them a good budget pick.
This new HomeKit compatible smart sprinkler will work with an ordinary garden hose.
While better and cheaper than previous versions, the Model C still isn't a great fit for casual beer drinkers or aspiring home brewers. It is worth a look if you're willing to spend to try a replica of unique beers from all over the world.
At about $10 each, these bulbs are a great way to create an old-school, semi-industrial aesthetic -- especially if you use dimmer switches.
If you’re concerned about your home’s plumbing and want to be able to shut off your water remotely, Flo can give you the peace of mind you want.
There are better, brighter smart bulbs for the same price, and plenty of Bluetooth speaker bulbs that cost less. Keep shopping.
TP-Link’s Kasa line of smart plugs are a solid group of plugs for anyone interested in automating regular devices.
This plug works well with HomeKit, but it takes up too much space and isn't a good pick for Android users or Alexa fans.