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.
The Hub adds your Wave air quality monitors to your home network, so you can get the most up-to-date readings from anywhere.
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This baby monitor can operate as a conventional video monitor or a sophisticated smart camera, but a paid subscription is required to unlock its full feature set.
There's little to distinguish the Zoom from other cameras in Reolink's E1 line, but it's another solid offering from this manufacturer.
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Awair's latest indoor air-quality monitor has an updated design, but still makes it easy to track indoor pollutants.
This video monitor also tracks the subtle movements of your child's respiration.
This security camera's person, animal, and vehicle detection, plus facial recognition, keep you on top of happenings in and around your home.
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While the monitor itself works well, its companion app provided inconsistent readings.
Don't let the low price fool you. This indoor camera boasts advanced AI detection, smart home integration, and multiple video storage options.