The third-generation SmartThings Hub is equipped with the latest in ZigBee and Z-Wave technology, and it no longer requires an ethernet cable to join your home network.
Here’s a truly innovative solution in search of a problem.
When you really need to light up the night with just a size E26 bulb, this monstrous LED will do the job.
You won’t need a smart home hub to control this smart outlet, but it will work with smart speakers running Alexa, Google Assistant, or Cortana.
But do motion sensing, light sensing, and dimmer features justify the hefty price tag?
These energy-efficient LED bulbs might be prettier than the lamps you’ll use them in.
The original LIFX bulb is one of our top picks. The LIFX+ packs LEDs that illuminate the area around it with infrared light even when the bulb is otherwise turned off.
Shine on, you crazy lightbulb.
This smart lighting kit will give your walls some dynamic visual flair.
We like the color-tunable bulb best, but all three are good values.
With a price tag of just $14, the road to commodity status for this product category is nearly complete.
Smart smoke and carbon monoxide detectors don’t just sound the alarm, they also alert your smart phone and more.
We liked First Alert's first smart smoke/CO detector, but this iteration removes that model's best features and doesn't act much like a smart device at all.
With just three outlets and a $60 price tag, this one is a tough sell.
ConnectSense extends the appeal of its winning smart outlet, adding Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa in addition to HomeKit support.