Aros air conditioner by Quirky and GE, $300
Aros combines decades of engineering expertise from GE with tech-savvy ingenuity from Quirky. Through the Wink app, the air conditioner can be programmed and controlled remotely and features a handy budget calculator to track operating costs.
Chimney humidifier by Takeshi Ishiguro for IDEA International, $200
Without compromising aesthetics, Takeshi Ishiguro’s humidifier quietly delivers a moisture-rich mist to combat dry air. It features four different settings and shuts off automatically if it tips over.
WeMo LED Lighting starter set by Belkin, $130
The energy-efficient, fully dimmable LED bulb offers the equivalent brightness of a 60-watt incandescent and will last over 20 years. With Belkin’s app, you can control the bulbs from anywhere and even program them to turn on and off when you’re on vacation.
Lyric by Honeywell, $279
For its new thermostat, Honeywell sticks with the round shape Henry Dreyfuss introduced in 1953. It syncs with your phone to determine your location, adjusting settings to real-time indoor and outdoor weather conditions and temperature. Apple HomeKit–compatible.
Read more about Lyric here.