This wall-mounted air purifier boasts some great technology, but it’s much too loud for us to recommend with any enthusiasm.
This Bluetooth (and Wi-Fi, with a bridge)-based watering system is great for drip and other hose-based irrigation systems.
This powerful robot will scrub your floors after vacuuming them, but glaring problems with its app nearly wipe out all its benefits.
This subscription-based system is super easy to deploy and use, but it’s expensive and can’t be integrated with other smart home devices or services.
You’ll also need to sign up for at least one month of Amazon Music Unlimited.
The manufacturer says its new appliance can prep your food, cook the entrée and a couple of side dishes, and then clean up after itself.
One flaw prevents this remote from being great. Blame it on Apple.
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.
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.
You don’t need to worry about Wi-Fi range, because it connects via 4G LTE, and a solar panel keeps its battery charged.
Customers can choose between two cloud-storage subscription plans or a $35 local storage option.