Internet-connected camera firm Arlo has announced a number of deals for Black Friday, with sales having started on Tuesday and running through to 29 November.
Watch out Arlo, Swann, Uniden, D-Link, Eufy and security camera makers, Google is coming after you with a range of new security cameras it clearly hopes will be the best, but the market and consumers will surely put that notion to the test!
Promising simplified monitoring and added value, Arlo's new unlimited camera plans include enhancements to AI-powered notifications, and the ability to add additional cameras at no extra cost, with the new plans called "Arlo Secure".
Arlo is my favourite wireless security camera system, as the company keeps on pushing the boundaries with great new devices that continue its leadership in the space, with the new automated privacy shield on the new "Essential"-branded indoor camera a great new addition.
Promising "even easier DIY setup", Arlo's newest camera requires no special base station, offers 2K HDR video quality and a 160-degree field of view.
Version 2 of Arlo's award-winning 4K wire-free home security cameras has just arrived, promising "an enhanced user experience with features such as improved range and connectivity" and lots of other improvements, which is no surprise given my estimation of Arlo as the world's best home security camera company.
Phones with scrolling screens, home robots, UV-C office and classroom disinfection bots, giant 4K and 8K TVs, glasses that project a giant display in front of your eyes, a touchless video doorbell, super eye-friendly tablet displays, autonomous trucks and cars, backpacks with screens that can display emojis and so much more, the Consumer Electronics Show 2021 in underway in Las Vegas and as usual, it's wild.
Arlo singlehandedly popularised the concept and actuality of completely wireless and battery powered security cameras, with its latest, all-new video doorbell now wireless and battery powered with a 180-degree viewing, clear two-way audio, direct to mobile video calls and more for the utmost flexibility.
Arlo is the world's security camera leader, having popularised security cameras that were battery powered and connected via Wi-Fi, with the company continuously improving its offerings year after year after year.
If you've been waiting for Arlo's Ultra 4K cameras to receive the long-promised HomeKit compatibility, the wait is over at last, letting you "add HomeKit automations for direct interactions across supported devices."
An issue with security cameras can be the resolution of what they capture, but with Arlo's new 4K cameras, will your new security resolution be to upgrade to this new model?
Arlo has newly launched a motion-activated, weather-resistant LED lighting system that works together with its famous wireless, rechargeable Arlo Security Cameras for an integrated outdoor security solution, with convenient wire-free setup.
Bringing a fresh perspective and a new eye to Netgear's Arlo smart home security division is the highly respected former Samsung and LG marketing executive, Lambro Skropidis.
Wireless equipment vendor Netgear is launching its first Arlo mobile IoT smart device in Australia, which will be connected by Telstra to its 4G LTE network. The Arlo Go security camera, with rechargeable batteries, comes with a bonus solar charging panel.
Some amazing features are now included in the third-generation of Netgear's excellent Arlo security cameras, including "HD Video, optional 24/7 continuous video recording, solar power option, and support for Amazon Alexa" and more.
If you have kids and are a fan of NETGEAR’s awesome Arlo, there’s now a super-advanced Arlo Baby camera to keep watch over your family’s newest and most precious members.
The long awaited update to the seriously excellent Netgear Arlo wireless security cameras has finally launched, with two-way audio, the awesomeness of rechargeable batteries and more!
NETGEAR released a comprehensive range at the recent 2017 Consumer Electronics Show and several devices won CES Innovation Awards.
Netgear’s original Arlo security was great except that it was battery powered. While that gave it greater flexibility in placement, the Q is USB powered for 24/7, HD use.
NETGEAR has released new products making it easier for mobile and smart home devices to connect anywhere at the fastest AC Wi-Fi speeds.
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