Arlo's $150 Video Doorbell is an excellent doorbell at a reasonable price.
The cameraless, petite Google Nest Hub will blend into any room in your home. It's affordable, and quite useful as a digital assistant (especially in the kitchen), a photo frame and a smart-home control panel.
The Amazon Echo Show 5 isn't quite as good as the Google Nest Hub, but it's a solid smart display that's particularly compelling as a smart alarm clock.
If you're looking for dependable whole-home Wi-Fi that you don't need to think about too much, take a good look at Eero.
If you're a fan of the Google Home Mini, the Nest Mini offers a very similar experience with a handful of improvements and new features at the same affordable price.
Wyze's tiny $20 security camera is surprisingly awesome.
Iteration is the name of the game for Amazon, and this tech giant is winning.
If you wish the Nest Hub was bigger, louder and had a camera, this is the Google Assistant for you. Otherwise, the regular-sized version and other, smaller smart displays are closer to the sweet spot.
If you're a dedicated indoor cyclist, the Peloton Bike is a worthy spurge.
Apple's HomePod doesn't match the features offered on Alexa and Google Assistant speakers. But if you’re an iPhone user who prizes sound quality above all, you should seriously consider this speaker.
The Google Home Mini stands tall as one of the best affordable smart speakers out there, along with the Amazon Echo Dot, but it doesn't do enough to supplant the Dot at the top of the list.
If you're a dedicated runner who wants an extra dose of motivation from classes, Peloton's Tread might be right for you.
The Peephole Cam is well suited for people living in apartments with its minimally invasive installation and solid performance.
Alexa is still the most compelling voice control platform, and the new and improved Echo should only boost her momentum. It's well worth $100.
With excellent sound and the choice of Alexa or Google Assistant, the Sonos One reaffirms its place as the best smart speaker for the money.
WLabs offered this oven in a limited release, and that makes sense because it doesn't feel quite ready for retail. Still, the design is great and there are handy features like Live Look-in and a good Whirlpool app.
If you like the idea of a smart display for cooking, calling or watching videos, the newest Echo Show is a great option. But don't expect any extras.
The Arlo Pro 3 has crisp live streaming, fast alerts and a wide range of advanced features that set it apart from other outdoor security cameras. If you have the money to spend, the Arlo Pro 3 should be at the top of your list.