Yes, it’s even more expensive than the Flo by Moen, but Phyn doesn’t charge extra to inform you how you’re using water.
The new gadget can work solo or in concert with the Phyn Plus smart valve.
This tiny projector packs a big punch, just like its droid namesake. But only hardcore fans will tolerate the upsell.
Support for HomeKit and Thread render this water valve smarter than most, but Android users are left high and dry.
The new model can clean the air in spaces up to 930 square feet.
The three-button remote can trigger up to six HomeKit “scenes.”
Market-research firm Omdia says smart displays accounted for 38 percent of worldwide smart speaker sales in the first quarter of 2021, and Apple doesn’t have one.
Voice control delivers the wow, but you’ll use gesture control far more often.
Focused primarily on home security, this wireless system also supports smart lighting.
The rotating screen on Amazon’s latest smart display is the big attraction, but there’s plenty more to like about this excellent smart home hub.
The new model’s enclosure is wrapped in sustainable Ayous hardwood.
You don’t need to worry about Wi-Fi range, because it connects via 4G LTE, and a solar panel keeps its battery charged.
The Sony SRS-RA3000 and SRS-RA5000 feature the company’s spatial sound technology and sell for $299 and $699 respectively.
Customers can choose between two cloud-storage subscription plans or a $35 local storage option.
The tiny USB-C Dual DAC Cable can be used with smartphones, tablets, laptops, and other mobile devices equipped with a USB-C port.