Phone, watch, a couple bulbs, outlet plug-in things, Google displays, thermostats, doorbell, TV but we hooked up a roku bc it works better than the original smart TV’s stuff. A camera to see what the dogs do when they’re alone.
I got my first Google home speaker from an IRK several years ago. It all went downhill from there, really.
Phone, Google speaker and question answerer, themostat (heat only), package receiving box that texts me when opened and one smart light bulb (that we have only working from its switch, so maybe it is not smart). Probably some other things I can’t think of.
We’d avoided nearly any smart anything besides the phones pretty successfully until we got a new house and it came with almost as many WiFi devices as we were bringing with us. Now the seal is broken and we keep getting more, and the IoT VLAN is already pushing twice the size of the acceptable client one. I’m not saying the smart whatever aren’t convenient when they work, or that making them work with each other or with HomeKit (shoutout to HomeBridge and Home Assistant!) hasn’t turned into an interesting and time-consuming side project, but I can’t deny there’s a part of me that wants the simplicity of the old turn-on-the-TV-and-punch-a-number and misses not needing to segment the network for security. That part of me probably also wants kids to stay off of the lawn, now…
Phone, watch, tv (but we use the tv instead) lights, irrigation system, doorbell, cameras, thermostat, room/door sensors, speakers, door lock…but we’re always running hyper beta software, so there’s always at least one thing that doesn’t work right.