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.
An Ultra HD Blu-ray player brings you one step closer to bringing the movie theater experience into the home. Our top pick has all the features most people will need, and it's also the least expensive.
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.
The least-expensive Echo does everything its pricier siblings do, but you should spring for an outboard speaker if you want it to play music.
Okay, it’s not really magic, the remote relies on an indoor positioning system to know where it and the devices you’d have it control are located within the room.
It costs almost twice as much as some of its closest competitors, but you’ll only pay once because there are no subscription fees.
This gadget turns most any lamp into a readily accessible USB charger.
This 4-in-1 smoke detector comes with a smart back-up battery, but that’s as high as it raises the bar.
Own an Echo and a Logitech Harmony Hub-based universal remote? You can now control your entertainment system with voice commands.