Video doorbells maintain a continuous watch over the most important part of your property, but which one is best? We take a look at the field.
Sense is a bright-orange box that sits in your electrical breaker box and gives keen insight into your home's entire power usage.
Local video storage is a great feature, but a poorly designed app and multiple subscription options detract from this doorbell cam’s appeal.
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It’s a clever idea, but it won’t work for everyone.
You’ll also get partial HomeKit support, but some other features are missing from this premium-priced smart home device.
But motion detection is fussy, and you'll need a monthly subscription to unlock its better features.
This battery-powered wireless camera slips over the top of your door and can be up and running in minutes.
This video doorbell offers some advanced image-detection features, including facial recognition, but it needs better sensitivity control.
Ring’s latest—and least-expensive—video doorbell impresses, but still doesn’t work well with Google Assistant.
20 bucks for a doorbell camera sounds like a great deal, right? Well, you’ll get what you paid for.
Leviton is expanding its range of smart home switches and outlets with the Decora Voice Dimmer, a new Wi-Fi dimmer switch with Amazon Alexa built in.
Lots of companies call their products “smart,” but it’s more than hyperbole in this case.
It’s well made, very inexpensive, and it picked up all major local TV stations in our tests.
We’ve spent some quality time with ADT’s DIY video doorbell and its indoor and outdoor security cameras and found a lot to like. Will the rest of the system be as good?
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