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LET VisionAI Smart Glasses

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Add some intelligence to your every day with the LET VisionAI Smart Glasses. This wearable lets you take Amazon Alexa with you everywhere you go. Sleek and stylish, the VisionAI Glasses give you total music control, they track your activity and enable you to take hands-free calls and texts. With bone conduction technology, you can hear crystal clear audio. In addition, the smart glasses offer voice navigation and you can even have them with prescription lenses.


This Alexa-compatible smart plug is at its lowest price ever

USATODAY - Tech Top Stories

The Wemo mini smart plug is at its lowest price ever (Photo: Reviewed.com) If you make a purchase by clicking one of our links, we may earn a small share of the revenue. Our picks and opinions are independent from any business incentives. Today is a great day to smarten up your home with Wemo's mini smart plug. It only covers one outlet on your wall and is cheaper than its full-size predecessor.


August's slimmer WiFi smart lock is now available for $250

Engadget

After debuting earlier this year at CES 2020, August's latest smart lock is now available to buy. Starting today, you can purchase the $250 WiFi Smart Lock on the company's website and Best Buy (where it seems to have sold out already). On May 17th, it will also be available at other major retailers. Besides a 45 percent smaller design, the WiFi Smart Lock's marquee improvement is that you don't need a Bluetooth bridge to use it. The company also added textured ridges to the side of the lock to make turning it manually easier.


This smart switch will control your lights, no wiring required

USATODAY - Tech Top Stories

I love smart home tech. I think it's the future and its time has finally come for it to go mainstream. I've even gone as far as outfitting an entire house with this tech. But as someone that lives in an apartment, it's difficult to take advantage of smart home tech in my actual home. I can't re-wire switches (I would if I could), or replace my thermostat.