This easy-to-use home security system detects motion. Each of its pucks connects wirelessly to a base station, notifying your smartphone of movement, and setting off an ear-piercing siren when you’re not home. Its AI tech is smart enough to filter out things like pets and robot vacuum cleaners. Save 15% in The Awesomer Shop.
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The Keymitt is a smart lock that simply installs over existing door locks from the inside. It still lets you use your key to open the door, and has a knob so you can manually open the door from the inside. It can be controlled via Google Assistant, Amazon Alexa and Apple HomeKit.
The Flic 2 is a smart button that connects to computers, mobile devices, and home automation devices via Bluetooth. You can program one or more things to happen when you push it once, push it twice and hold it down. It works with IFTTT as well as any app shared by Flic users.
Luke Roberts‘ Model F is a powerful and incredibly versatile lighting solution. It has over 300 RGB LEDs that allow it to shine light in all directions, in one or two spots, only below, or only above. You can use it as an alarm clock, save presets, and integrate it with Amazon Alexa.
Logitech’s Harmony Express bucks the trend of large and complicated universal remote controls, thanks to Amazon’s Alexa voice control technology. It works with over 250,000 devices, including other smart home appliances. It sets up easily using a companion mobile app.
Similar to the Nanoleaf, PhotonLab’s Element is a modular RGB wall light. You can control each tile or a group of tiles using via its app, gestures, sound, Google Assistant, Amazon Alexa or IFTTT. It can also be used as a night light, a clock, and a notification display.
Want to automate your lighting without replacing your existing bulbs with smart ones? Check out Orro. It’s a tiny computer in the form of a touchscreen light switch. It uses sensors to detect your presence and automatically adjust your lights, whether they’re dimmable or not.
JBL’s Link Bar is a soundbar that has Android TV and Google Assistant built-in, which means it pairs well with all HDTVs, even ones without built-in smart features. It lets you use your voice to search for shows, switch inputs, ask questions, control your smart devices and more.
Klipsch’s stylish The Three Bluetooth speaker now comes with Google Assistant. Use it for voice control, connect to your smart devices and search for the weather, news and more. It still has the same room-filling stereo sound and mid-century modern design.