Home weather stations are getting more accurate and sophisticated all the time. Follow our buyer's guide to find your own personal meteorologist.
The WS-5000 has its quirks, but it supports lots of optional sensors and it sports best-in-class smart home capabilities.
It’s a lot more mower than most people need, but if you have the yard—and the budget—for it, this labor-saving beast delivers.
This home weather station will tell you everything you need to know about your local weather with market-leading accuracy.
If you don’t like making sacrifices in your TV entertainment choices, and it’s available where you live, TVision isn’t a bad deal. But subscribers should be prepared to feel like beta testers.
Consumers who purchased Iris by Lowe’s components that can’t be used with other systems can file for compensation.
This is one of the best home weather stations you can buy, but the one area it's lacking is in smart home integrations.
You'll encounter a quirk or two, but this home weather station offers everything an enthusiast could want.
More webcam than weather station (unless you purchase an add-on kit), BloomSky still holds some appeal as an adjunct tool for weather enthusiasts.
Most any weather enthusiast will recommend Davis, but is the name alone still enough to justify the price tag?
The Life Light can turn a window into a phototherapy system.
Dubbed "Geneva," the new skill works with any connected GE or Monogram appliance, including refrigerators, dishwashers, wall ovens, ranges, laundry and more.
While we're still waiting for BeOn's long-promised support for a connected home standard, this new product is a welcome addition to its product line.
The original Kevo smart lock didn't have cloud connectivity until last year. The new Kevo comes with not only out-of-the-box connectivity, but also plays well with other devices in the smart home ecosystem.
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