Steer clear of this bare-bones smart lock.
It’s non-invasive because it operates by detecting body heat instead of relying on cameras, and it’s inexpensive because it doesn’t depend on your deploying sensors all over the house.
This bare-bones, but budget-friendly kit covers just the basics and is very weak in terms of home security.
If you have the patience for delving into user forums if you need help, Garadget is worth a look.
Kwikset’s smart lock gains in connectivity, but loses out in the looks department.
The Emporia Vue gives great insight on your home's carbon footprint by monitoring how it consumes electricity.
An immature app keeps Bulbrite's color-changing smart bulb from meriting a strong recommendation.
This garage door controller Wi-Fi retrofit kit has some advanced features, but that might not be enough to justify its high price tag.
Smart light switches and dimmers are often superior to smart light bulbs, but the Kleverness system is most certainly not.
An innovative smart lock re-emerges under new ownership, but some of this revised product's flaws remain in place.
These smart(ish) vintage-style bulbs offer Wi-Fi connectivity.
Alas, Yale’s hardware and August’s wireless technology make for truly unhappy bedfellows.
This wire-free smart controller doesn’t just work well, it’s also priced to move (just be aware of the cost to control a second door opener).
Is the Philips brand name worth double the price for a commodity smart plug?
With a crack fingerprint reader and a capable app, this smart lock ultimately overcomes its setup difficulties.