Bottom Line: The BeON Home smart lighting system offers an easy, albeit expensive, way to make it look like you're home when you're not.
Bottom Line: The Samsung SmartCam HD Plus is a compact Wi-Fi surveillance camera that delivers sharp HD video regardless of lighting conditions, but it doesn't integrate with other home automation devices and can be tricky to set up.
Bottom Line: The Schlage Sense deadbolt lock lets you use your iPhone to lock and unlock your doors, program access codes, and set up access schedules.
Bottom Line: The Remocam connected surveillance camera delivers sharp daytime imagery and offers local and cloud-based storage, but it doesn't trigger other home automation devices and its night vision quality could be better.
Bottom Line: The Icontrol Networks Piper nv is a unique security camera that doubles as a home automation hub. This time around it offers night vision, a more robust camera sensor, and a faster processor.
Bottom Line: If you want to secure and monitor your home from afar without spending a bundle, there's a lot to like about the versatile and easy-to-use DIY SimpliSafe Home Security System.
Bottom Line: The Kuna security light features a built-in camera that lets you view what's going on outside of your home using your smartphone.
Bottom Line: The Canary All-In-One Home Security Device keeps tabs on your dwelling with 1080p video capture and sensors for air quality, humidity, and temperature.
Bottom Line: The DoorBird D101 delivers sharp 720p live video and detailed night vision, but it doesn't record video and it's the bulkiest, priciest video doorbell we've seen.
Bottom Line: While the Logi Circle is an attractive and easy-to-use home security camera, it lacks some of the more useful features of the competition.