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ReviewsWi-Fi troubles are the major issue in this otherwise workable pan/tilt offering. ReviewsThis Wi-Fi-connected box uses PINs based on your packages' tracking numbers and automatically locks after each delivery. What's not to like? ReviewsThis sensor-based system will track your home’s energy consumption. Attach solar panels and it will measure how much energy you generate, too.
ReviewsWith crystal-clear resolution and multiple night-vision modes, this Wi-Fi home security camera captures high-quality video under all lighting conditions. ReviewsA rock-bottom price tag helps make TP-Link’s latest indoor security camera a no-brainer. ReviewsThe BreatheSmart 75i may be overkill for most consumer homes, but this bruiser packs enough punch for commercial use. ReviewsThe LG G3 OLED offers outstanding black levels and contrast with the fewest processing artifacts we've seen in any 4K TV to date. ReviewsDesigner looks is probably near the bottom of your air-purifier wants/needs list, but it doesn’t have to be. ReviewsProscenic’s first smart lock tries to do everything, but it’s in dramatic need of some polish. ReviewsThe Yunmai Smart Scale 3 is a great starter option for people beginning their fitness journey: it's a larger scale that can accurately weigh up to 330 pounds. ReviewsThis smart home hub works with old and new smart home technologies, including Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, HomeKit, Matter—even infrared. ReviewsRing has finally delivered a truly high-res video doorbell that shows your visitors from head to toe and notifies you when packages arrive. ReviewsThe only new feature you get with Swann's upgraded "pro" model is a spotlight, but it's still a solid security camera. ReviewsThe Q7 Max+ vacuums, mops, and empties itself, but it's also expensive for what you get. ReviewsConnected by a detachable cable, these smart light bars make it easy to cast multicolored splashes of light, and they even detect motion. ReviewsRoku's first smart TV delivers superior color and image processing, a great remote, and powerful smart TV software. But some brands deliver more features. ReviewsA wide-angle lens lets you see the big picture, while a telephoto lens lets you get up close and personal. ReviewsThis cordless stick vacuum illuminates grime you can't see with the naked eye.
ReviewsDon’t care about spatial audio? The Sonos Era 300 is a powerhouse singly, in a stereo pair, or as the surround speakers operating with a Sonos soundbar.