You name it, the X7 can do it: It's a high-end DAC, headphone amp, USB audio device, digital amplifier, recorder, Bluetooth host, and more.
It seems people dig the idea of a battery that can alert you when your smoke alarm goes off (and before it starts chirping).
Heating water is the second-most energy-intensive activity inside your home. This box can turn your dumb water heater into a smart appliance.
This drip coffee maker connects to your Wi-Fi network, but it can't interact with other WeMo devices.
This isn't a Sonos killer by any means, but Samsung's product line is worth your consideration.
Who knew Fujitsu made high-end speakers? These egg-shaped models pack the tech, but their performance falls short of the mark in some areas.
Remember that TV feature you used once, when your set was brand new? This box is everything you thought PiP would be, and a whole more.
Cable giant says it can deliver all its TV services from the cloud, but don’t expect to see X1 on anyone’s pipes but Comcast’s.
Changing a light bulb is easier than installing a new switch. Will it be cheaper, too?
Weatherized, battery-powered cameras will eventually tie into other connected-home systems.
Dell’s Broadwell-powered 11-inch tablets can also work like laptops or even desktop PCs.
When you’re away from home, this security system responds to your doorbell by mimicking your at-home lighting usage.
The new 8-inch tablet costs twice as much as the Toshiba Encore Mini, but it comes with a better screen and double the storage.
Already a major player in the SMB networking space, Ruckus now wants to grab a slice of the small office/home office pie.
Company best known for gaming laptops and peripherals returns to the speaker market.
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