With Cue, Abode takes another step toward broadening the appeal of its security-focused smart home system.
This is one of the least-expensive home security systems we've encountered (you have the option of paying nothing up front), but it can't integrate other smart home devices—including home security cameras.
Logitech's Harmony Elite is the premier universal remote for smart home and entertainment enthusiasts.
Logitech's Harmony Companion extends the power of the standalone Harmony Hub, and is a good value for users with basic entertainment and smart-home needs.
Logitech's Harmony Hub is like a command center for your various home entertainment gear and smart home appliances, which you can control using your phone or Alexa voice commands.
Logitech's Harmony 350 universal remote is amazingly affordable at less than $40 retail, but a powerful upgrade isn’t much more costly.
Logitech's standalone Harmony 665 universal remote offers great value, with plenty of flexibility and power for entertainment buffs.
By dropping a new piece of hardware into your entertainment center, Caavo aims to truly unite the lot of it.
Setup headaches and operational flubs dampen our enthusiasm for this professionally monitored security system’s minimal price tag.
With no professional monitoring option and a sky-high price tag, this alarm system won’t be for everyone.
Still using toggles to turn on the lights? Try this sleek touch panel instead.
These platform-agnostic in-wall devices look good and work with a wide range of voice assistants.
While the design feels like a beta, this ingenious product raises the bar of what smart locks can do.
A certain degree of pride comes with building out your own smart home, but there’s no shame in hiring a pro.
What’s more important to you, security or convenience? Maybe you can have both.