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.
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.
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?
D-Link has unleashed its most advanced wire-free indoor and outdoor home surveillance kit, clearly designed to outdo competitors such as Netgear, Uniden, Swann and others with a whole host of advanced features to attract customers.
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.
Sport headphone pioneer Jaybird has released its first new completely wire-free sport headphones, dubbed Jaybird RUN, designed specifically for runners.
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!
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