Best smart home products 2022 to buy now

If you are smart, your home will become smarter. It’s a good thing. Against seamless, web-centric support enabled by our new machine learning Lord technology is futile crazy. Everyone should have a major smart device in their home right now. If you’re still lagging, start with these as a foundation.

Get a smart assistant.

You know what this is but in case you need me I simply say: Whether you come along Google Assistant (really, Google House-verse) or Amazon Alexa (really, Amazon Echo-verse), a smart assistant that will change your life.

Google Home$100 at best buy/ Google Home Mini$40 at Best Buy: My apartment is a Google household. Ours Google Home and two Google Home Minis plays podcasts to our morning routine and then tells us about the weather in Brooklyn and Manhattan, then when we can expect our commute time. All connected and playing at the same time as we stroll through the house preparing for the new day, the news comes to us. On the other hand, our Home companions regularly wake us, keep multiple timers for our cooking, answer our trivial questions, (“Hey Google, who’s the prettiest in this house?”), controls our TVs and music devices, and turns the lights on, dim, and off. I haven’t slept in the dark in months. You also don’t have to.


Amazon Echo$100 on Amazon. Amazon Echo Dot$40 on Amazon: Similar in many respects but admittedly better aesthetically designed, in my opinion, Amazon Echo family is big and growing. It can handle the same requests and commands as Google Home, more or less, and certainly works more smoothly with your Amazon Prime shopping account and accounts in general. For frequent shoppers, it might be the obvious choice between the two, but I’ve never found myself needing an Alexa for frequent Amazon shopping. If you use a fire tv stickAmazon’s answer to Roku and other streaming devices, it’s another great reason to lean towards the Echo.

Get smart devices.

There is a wide range of smart devices that range from life-enhancing to less basic and more interesting. Almost all of them work better once you have a smart assistant, but your phone should be enough to help you move on and on towards a smarter life.


Philips Hue Go portable light$80 on Amazon: The Philips Hue Go both a lamp and not a lamp at the same time. It’s a portable, dimmable, programmable LED bowl-shaped smart light built into it Philips Hue ecosystem and can be used basically anywhere.


MEASUREMENT + Digital Thermometer$100 on Amazon: MEATER+ is a thermometer that you put on your food while it’s in the oven and it transmits real-time data to your phone.


Philips Sonicare DiamondClean$260 on Amazon: After syncing with Philips Sonicare app on your phone – it takes about 20 seconds – your phone will track your brushing around your mouth, a tracking progress bar shows your teeth like a train on a track.

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Russell Falcon

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