The Smartest Connected Home Products of CES 2017

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Forget roosters—at CES, 2017 is the year of Alexa. You could hardly walk down an aisle without spotting some sort of smart lighting, security camera, lock, or hub that had some sort of integration with Amazon's favorite assistant.

But a smart home isn't really a smart home without your fair share of intelligent, and sometimes wacky, appliances, gadgets, and even mattresses. And let's not forget cool gadgets for our furry friends. Whether you imagine an adorable robot assistant like Kuri, or a sleek Lenovo Smart Assistant, a life like the Jetsons might not be too far off after all.

We ambled through the Smart Home Marketplace to find you the coolest smart home tech around. Start planning your dream smart home by checking out our slideshow.

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