Usability isn’t this smart irrigation system’s strong point, but it gets water where it needs to be in your landscaping.
With this tiny circuit board, you can incorporate your old-school wired sensors into most any modern smart home system.
If you can forgo Z-Wave smart-home devices, this is the smart speaker to buy (but that calculation could change soon).
This Best Buy exclusive hits the market at about $9.50 a pop (in a $18.99 two-pack; they're $9.99 each if purchased individually).
This inexpensive outdoor plug is no smart-home bargain.
The companion app for Treatlife's Wi-Fi dimmer, however, is as primitive as ever.
This dual smart plug is a solid alternative to dimmable smart bulbs, especially in fixtures with multiple sockets.
myQ needs to revisit its service plan prices to make this garage-centric camera more appealing.
The Pro upgrade takes Eufy’s indoor/outdoor cam kit to nearly 3 megapixels.
The new Wemo saves space, but some competitors deliver more for less.
Ruggedized for the elements, battery-powered—and priced at just $50.
Wiring can be confusing, so Jasco offers a simplified workaround.
Despite a rocky wireless implementation, August cements its place as one of the top smart lock contenders.
This monolithic smart lock successfully brings two worlds together.
A buggy fingerprint reader spoils Eufy’s biggest selling point.