The new products carry the same model names, with an HS2 suffix to denote they're of the new platform.
The new WXA-50 can power traditional speakers, while the WXC-50 can be paired with an existing hi-fi system.
For those who’d rather spend their time drinking great coffee than learning how to be a barista.
Caséta owners can ask Alexa to turn connected lights on and off or dim them to preset values.
Portable streamer is powered by a quad-core processor, but resolution is limited to 1080p.
The Zipp and Zipp Mini sound good, but they illustrate the distinction between a multi-room audio system and a whole-home audio system.
Unique valves at the mouth of each bottle keep the remaining wine fresh for up to 30 days after the first pour.
If you own one of these sensor-laden fans, here's another reason why you might want to buy an Echo.
Thumbs up for offering open-source firmware, Buffalo, but make sure it exposes all the router's features.
This router is a good performer, but it's too early in the game to pay more for multi-user MIMO.
Open-source firmware fans will be attracted to the DD-WRT NXT firmware Buffalo chose, but Linksys has built the better router.
New Family Accounts and Home/Away Assist features take into account the fact that most homes have more than one occupant.
GE’s C-Life and C-Sleep bulbs are a good choice for those who aren’t ready to go whole hog on the connected home.
This excellent speaker is part of a strong multi-room audio system.
There's support for Bluetooth and AirPlay in addition to Yamaha's own technology, but is it better than Sonos?