Sunday, December 31, 2017

Website helps outfit your smart home


My plans for a completely remote-controlled home are far from finished, but with several smart light bulbs, power plugs and Alexa devices installed, I'm making pretty good progress. And in a few days, I'll be checking out scads of new smart home devices at CES, the consumer electronics trade show.

I have also discovered a great website that is helping me focus on the best smart home products. WiseDweller features reviews on all of the latest smart home products, including light switches, thermostats and voice-activation devices.

An article featured on the site today is a head-to-head comparison of the Amazon Dot vs. the Google Home Mini. WiseDweller liked the Mini for playing music, movies and the TV but thinks the Echo has a better microphone. Check out the full report to see which one was the overall winner.

WiseDweller's section on smart light bulbs is a good example of how the service handles reviews. Products such as the Genie Prisma and LOHAS smart bulbs get a detailed report including a summary of Pros and Cons. WiseDweller also assigns ratings based on features, design, performance, value and ease of use along with an overall rating. That makes it easy to compare brands and models.

For all the reviews, news reports and brand information, visit the WiseDweller website.


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