The Friday Lock wins on looks, but loses big on features.
Ikea's Tradfri Gateway Kit and Motion Sensor Kit blend the Swedish retailer's confounding instruction style with average smart-lighting abilities.
With onboard manual controls, B-hyve adds flexibility, but at the expense of simplicity.
The second generation of Blossom strips out features, simplifies watering, and drops the price.
Rain Bird’s first generation smart sprinkler still has some growing to do. Just like your lawn!
Want to control watering, fertilizing, and lighting from a single device? Meet GreenIQ.
But we can't recommend the second and less-expensive new model.
This new smart lighting player offers plenty of flexibility at a price that makes sense.
Smart+ earns bonus points for seamless setup, but loses marks for buggy controls and poor responsiveness.
This smart home kit doesn’t come cheap, and it doesn’t do much, either.
This powerful irrigation controller ensures the grass truly is greener with smart and savvy features.
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It looks good, but it needs fine-tuning.
This Bluetooth-only smart deadbolt is a distant also-ran.