A boom in wireless security cameras is inspiring a movement in DIY home surveillance. Follow our buying guide and read our reviews to find the best option for you.
Real people monitor these security cameras on your behalf, and they'll let any potential intruder know they're being watched.
This 4MP Super HD pan-and-tilt smart home security camera offers amazing image quality and premium features for less than $100.
Skip the bucket and the back-bending labor and let one of these specialized robots scour the stains from your hardwood, laminate, tile, vinyl, linoleum, and other solid surface flooring.
Vacuuming is one of the most hated household chores. Here are your best choices for outsourcing it to some automated help.
The latest robot vacuum in Eufy's Max series includes app control, smart home integration, and a modest price tag.
This air-quality monitor will activate an existing appliance—a fan or an air condition, for example—can improve your home's indoor air quality whenever it's needed.
Whether you suffer from allergies or asthma or just want to optimize your indoor environment, these devices will give you insight into the air you're breathing.
It also improves the navigation and mopping function of its predecessor.
Hive users will welcome this solid performer, but its standard features may not be enough to wow the unconverted.
This bot brings the elbow grease many robot floor mops lack.
With app control plus Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant support, this robot vacuum packs a punch for the price.
The radon-detecting Wave's little brother is a great way to start checking for airborne irritants.
This countertop water filter reduces nearly a dozen pollutants, but it's not worth the investment for everyone.
Eufy's latest robot vac is an even better dirt collector than its predecessor, thanks to more suction and a redesigned dustbin.
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