Nanoleaf’s unusual LED bulb supports Apple’s HomeKit, so you can control them with voice commands via Siri. Its wireless control hub and mobile app can be used to control other HomeKit-compatible bulbs as well.
Knocki lets you automate your home or trigger your phone just by tapping or knocking. It senses vibration (not sound) on a variety of hard surfaces, and you can assign knock patterns to different functions.
A universal remote that can control over 30,000 devices via infrared, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Z-Wave and more. You can get just the core and use the free iOS or Android app as a remote or get the bundle that comes with the Neeo remote.
Onecue lets you use gestures to control your appliances. It works with devices that use infrared or Wi-Fi remote control, no wires needed. However, like a standard remote it will need line of sight for infrared transmissions.
The Haven smart lock is anchored at the base of your door, so it’s immune to lock picking and can withstand more stress compared to deadbolt locks. Toggle it through its app or integrate it into your home automation setup.
Tado modernizes air conditioners. It works with any IR remote-controlled AC unit, letting you manage it from your mobile device. Using your phone’s GPS and Bluetooth capabilities, Tado can also automatically turn your AC on or off.