The Wink Hub 2 is fine, but it's hard to recommend over platforms like Amazon Alexa and Apple HomeKit that reduce challenging behind-the-scenes integrations to simple voice commands.
Don't worry if you lack barista skills, the Goat Story Gina is designed to guide you towards brewing delicious coffee.
The Healthy Home Coach monitors the environment, works with HomeKit, and gives tangible advice to help you make your home a better place to live.
Netgear tackles the great outdoors with its new indoor-outdoor Arlo Pro security camera, complete with a rechargeable lithium-ion battery.
The Ding Smart Doorbell is a pared-down version of the connected buzzers we've seen so far.
The Sensi is a solid option if you're looking for a smart thermostat upgrade that still manages to keep things simple.
The new and improved Echo Dot takes Amazon's best-in-class smart home speaker and wraps it in an ultra-affordable package.
The bulb emits invisible infrared light when the room is dark to help your night vision cameras see farther.
Stick the new "Lifx Z" smart strip wherever you like, and then control the colors and brightness on your phone or using Amazon's Alexa.
These are very good smart bulbs with a lot of tricks up their sleeves, and they cost half as much as Philips Hue's floodlights. They're the bulbs you want for smart overhead lighting.
The Canary Flex promises to do more than your standard DIY security camera.
The Fizzics Waytap trims down the original Fizzics while keeping the tech that makes your bottled beer taste more like it came from the tap.
Nest Cam Outdoor is up there with Netgear's Arlo as a highly recommendable DIY outdoor camera -- you'll just have to decide if you'd rather deal with Nest's power cord or Arlo's batteries.
Beddi is a likable bedside upgrade, and well worth considering if you're a smart-home enthusiast.
Startup People Power has a new hunk of hardware -- a camera stand designed to rotate your Presence-app-enabled Android or iPhone 360 degrees.
A Swedish company known for its high-end ironing systems will soon begin to sell a smart iron that costs more than $1,000.
This cute little bot might be a lot cooler in theory than in practice.
The Swann Smart Series security system brings HD video monitoring into focus with four 1080p live streaming cameras.