Subscriptions will cost half what Ring charges, and annual subscribers will get the basic hardware for free.
If you just can’t get enough bass in your Sonos-based home theater experience, the company has a solution.
This surge protector has just three outlets, two USB-A ports, and one USB-C port, but they come in an attractively compact package.
Professional installation is included in the price—just $99 for Black Friday—even if you don’t already have the necessary wiring in place.
Wood blinds look more elegant than fabric shades, but their greater mass limits the onboard motor in this smart model to tilting the slats—you’ll need to raise and lower the blinds by hand.
Streaming 16-bit FLAC files for just $8 per month could make this a phenomenal deal, even if it’s not direct competition for Qobuz and Tidal.
This motorized smart shade protects your privacy without blocking any light or your view.
Amazon still has the best speaker for smart home control, but it still trails Sonos and Google in musicality.
This addition to the outdoor Hue line will really draw attention to your garden (so make sure your plants look their best).
Philips takes its Hue smart lighting outdoors with this elegant and well-built pathway light.
Music is not its forte, but this inexpensive gadget packs plenty of value into its small footprint.
There are better soundbars at this price, but none that incorporate a quality media streamer.
There isn’t much in the way of innovation here, but the price is nice.
The indoor and outdoor controls don’t require a hub, but the line doesn’t currently include any in-wall devices.
Bookshelf and floor-standing tower models will be available, with a Q Active Control Hub included with both sets.