It may not persuade home theater geeks, but Sony’s “actuator” tech, which turns the entire OLED panel into a speaker, is impressive.
The 19-inch tall VG7 in particular blew us away in a demo; we didn’t hear a better Bluetooth speaker anywhere at CES.
After slashing the cost of home phone service, the company aims to do the same for home security.
You don’t need soil with these hydroponic systems, and you’ll have fresh veggies year ‘round.
Leveraging sensors, door locks, thermostats, Amazon’s Alexa, and other components, Sky promises to create an intelligent home.
It’s a hub-and-spoke system today, but D-Link says mesh networking is on the horizon.
All three cameras deliver 720p resolution, microSD storage, night vision, and IFTTT support.
The wireless router integrates the Killer Prioritization Engine for gaming PCs equipped with Killer network adapters.
It might be a little late to the mesh-networking party, but Linksys is showing a winner at CES.
The Lenovo Smart Assistant will be priced $50 below Amazon’s Echo; the NAS box has onboard facial-recognition software for digital photos.
The sound that emerges from this small, rugged speaker defies expectations.
But if you’re not already vested in that ecosystem, there are better outdoor security cameras.
Motion, flood, and door/window sensors help protect your home and can interact with other smart devices.
GE-branded switches and smart plugs, plus Sengled Element Touch smart bulbs, can now be operated with voice commands in Comcast's Xfinity Home system.
It’s not the right router for everyone, but there’s plenty to like and it’s priced right.