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Fluance's Ai40's are affordable Bluetooth bookshelf speakers that sound great thanks to subtle psychoacoustic tricks applied by a DSP.
The Meater+ answers one of our few complaints about the original Meater smart meat thermometer.
The $55 kit includes one of C by GE’s Bluetooth smart bulbs pre-paired with a Google Home Mini.
In a market stuffed with me-too products, Tivoli breaks through with a speaker that yells “Look at me!”
You'll pay extra for the branding, but this is a strong and well-designed speaker, even it it isn't built by the company famous for its "Marshall stack."
Keys are yesterday’s tech, your smart home needs a smart lock.
The noted headphone manufacturer applies its noise-handling expertise to help you get a better night’s sleep.
Though it's expensive, the Soundcast VGtx can broadcast Bluetooth for a moderately greater distance than the average transmitter. It also has an optical pass-through, which can be handy in home audio systems.
It’s the Swiss Army Knife of micro stereo systems.
The excellent-sounding S2000 Pro speakers have more in common with studio monitors than your average bookshelf or Bluetooth speaker. Top notch stuff at a very reasonable price.
Compact design, excellent performance, and versatile connectivity render these monitors a must-hear collaboration.
This pretty little near-field speaker will sound great on your desk, but it's not the right choice for parties or taking your tunes outdoors.
Fashionable design and high-quality sound get this streaming speaker in the door; its ability to tune in everything from FM radio to Spotify and internet radio will convince you to take it with you.
It's not a robot, but this lightweight and powerful device transforms a once cumbersome chore.
The Bluesound Pulse Mini sounds great, will mesh with other Bluesound speakers, and plays music from a wide variety of sources. But its out-of-box experience and controls leave something to be desired.
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