It’s not as slick as some of its competitors, but it can control the humidifiers and dehumidifiers others don’t.
Our favorite smart thermostat gets a little smarter thanks to Alexa, but it's otherwise identical to the previous generation.
You can add the missing sensors back, but not cost effectively.
Connecting your A/C to your smartphone and smart home will save you smart money.
Nest's latest thermostat is a whole lot cheaper, but it's not boring.
While the app is still under construction and the price is a bit off-putting, this device should help reduce your electric bill.
This is a smart and stylish thermostat, but it’s not in the same league as Nest or Ecobee.
If you need to know the exact temperature and humidity inside your home, this stylish comfort gauge can work in concert with your HomeKit-based smart home.
The Lyric T5 lacks motion sensors and fancy algorithms, and it doesn’t work with some HVAC components, but you might decide its price tag makes up for it.
This thermostat uses your smartphone to know when you’re home and away.
The Sensi is like your old thermostat with the addition of some excellent Wi-Fi features.
The Ecobee3 works differently than the rest, which is its greatest strength.
The product that made thermostats cool is not without its flaws.
Perfect for control freaks, the LUX/GEO mixes old and new technology.
Schneider Electric thinks a little differently when it comes to home climate control. And that's okay.
Articles by Jason D'Aprile