Schlage Smart Lock
The perfect smart lock for the person who can’t decide which way they want to open their door today. Operates via keypad, traditional lock, or mobile app and integrates seamlessly into your smart home automation setup. Includes a built-in alarm to immediately notify you of any unexpected shenanigans.
Amazon’s indoor security camera includes night vision for around-the-clock surveillance and links up with Alexa right out of the box, so you can pull up your video feed with the sound of your voice anytime you want. Cloud cam subscription allows expanded clip storage and more sophisticated alert features. Two-way audio allows you to startle the crap out of unsuspecting guests.
This versatile security camera is designed for indoor and outdoor use. Free 7-day cloud recordings let you go back up to a week in the past to see what kind of aliens abducted your dog. Also captures audio, so you can confirm your suspicion that raccoons talk to each other when no one’s looking.
The original smart speaker and still the reigning champ of the category (in popularity at least). Alexa, the Echo’s tireless digital assistant, can do wonders for you: make your grocery list, play your favorite music on Spotify, or order more cashmere socks after a long night of mooning the paparazzi. Connect it to a fully functional hub and you can control your vast smart device kingdom with the sound of your voice.
No, those cold spots in the living room aren’t from evil spirits. Your thermostat just sucks. This one will optimize your heating and cooling in the rooms that matter most, and you’ll stop draining your bank account trying to get rid of Dracula’s ghost. A win-win.
The Wink Smart Home Hub is a major player in the smart home market. It’s easy to set up, a breeze to use, and cooperates with all kinds of smart devices from a wide range of manufacturers. If only the rest of life was this easy to navigate.
What day does the milk expire? Who the hell knows the answer to a question like that off the top of their head? Actually, your refrigerator does, if you’ve got one of these. Interior cameras allow you to monitor food levels from your phone, and you can receive instant messages when the door is left open so you know which kid to beat. Just kidding. Don’t do that.
With a little bit of electrical knowledge, you can bring your standard appliances under your control even from afar, sort of like a psychic zombie warlord. Okay, so it’s not that cool. But you can make a lamp turn on from the other room.
The idea that your home appliances are now studying and learning your habits might sound a little creepy. But this thing is really only trying to save you money. And no matter what you heard, it can’t read your thoughts. Unless you want it to.