Which smart display belongs in your smart home? We put the Amazon Echo Show (2nd Gen) and Google Home Hub through the wringer to find out.
Sony's battery-powered outdoor speaker has it all: Google Assistant, Chromecast, Bluetooth, and multi-colored LED light bars.
Theser stereo speakers will tightly integrate with TVs based on Roku OS, and those are the only TVs they're compatible with.
Philips takes its Hue smart lighting outdoors with this elegant and well-built pathway light.
This home security system sure sounds inexpensive, but it's no bargain.
Wi-Charge’s technology can eliminate power adapters and cords and keep the batteries in devices such as smart locks, smartphones, security cameras, and sensors permanently topped off.
The new third-generation Echo Dot delivers better audio performance than the Google Home Mini.
Google aims to strangle the new Echo Show in its crib, but its new smart display could also cripple hardware partners like JBL and Lenovo.
It’s a major step up, but Amazon still doesn’t have the best smart speaker.
The robust construction, large surface area, and tilting keyboard tray are great, but you’ll miss the easy precision a motor can offer.
This is the best-sounding Google Assistant-powered smart speaker.
A solar panel in this premium-priced, Wi-Fi-connected deadbolt continuously charges its battery.
Harman Kardon collarborated with Netgear to design the speaker portion of the new Orbi satellite, which was announced today at IFA in Berlin.
Lag-hating gamers aren’t the only target, this 802.11ad router has Plex Media Server onboard, too. But brace yourself for the price tag.
It's not a powered speaker, and it's aimed primarily at customer installers. But audio enthusiasts should still be excited about Sonos’ first new product since going public.