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The Arlo Pro 2 1080p two-camera system is down to $338 ($48 off)

Arlo's smart security cameras are a fan favorite, but they sure can get pricey. If you're looking to start your kit without taking out a second mortgage on the house you're trying to keep an eye on, here's a deal for ya: you can currently grab two Arlo Pro 2 1080p cameras plus the required base station for $338, nearly $50 off what Amazon's been charging lately.

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[Update: Still available for now] Arlo seemingly axes annual camera subscription options

Arlo has traditionally offered a great value in its cloud storage plans, but that value might be taking a hit today. The Arlo website seems to have been updated to remove the annual camera subscription options. All you have left now are the slightly more spendy monthly plans.

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Monday deals: Save on the Nokia 6.1, Jaybird X4 Bluetooth earbuds, TP-Link smart plugs, and more

We see too many good deals to let you know about them all in real time, so in posts like these, we round up the ones that slipped through the cracks. Over the past few days, we've seen a lot of solid deals that didn't get their own posts, from budget phones and tablets to assorted smart home gadgets.

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Arlo Ultra launch is a mess: Suspended sales, cloud storage price hikes, and persistent bugs

Arlo announced the Arlo Ultra 4K camera system late last year, and we got a closer look at the cameras during CES in January. Arlo needed a hit after a disappointing fourth quarter, but the Ultra cameras aren't off to a great start. Best Buy has apparently halted sales of the cameras following negative reviews and customer complaints.

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[Update: Over] Best Buy flash sale offers savings on Lenovo 8-inch Smart Display, Arlo Pro 2 starter kit, and more

Tech deals come and go, some faster than others, and some way, way faster than we'd like. We just caught wind of a flash sale (name checks out) going on at Best Buy right now that promises savings on some hot smart-home gear and mobile accessories, but only for the next couple hours  — so act fast.

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Arlo Ultra cameras will also come in black

Former Netgear subsidiary Arlo has started shipping its new 4K Arlo Ultra camera system, which includes a new body design. That's not the only physical change. All Arlo cameras until now have been white, but it looks like the Arlo will offer a black version as well.

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Arlo Pro two-camera bundle on sale for $230 ($190 off), the lowest price ever

Arlo is set to launch the 4K Arlo Ultra in the coming weeks, so its older cameras are coming down in price. The Arlo Pro system has been dropping exceptionally fast as it's about to be two generations old. It's still plenty capable, though. You can get the two-camera system for a mere $229.99 right now. That's the cheapest we've ever seen it.

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Arlo Pro 2 add-on camera drops to $152 ($68 off) on Amazon

Arlo is set to release a new 4K version of its home security cameras, but they're going to cost a pretty penny. If you don't need 4K resolution and you've got an existing Arlo setup, now could be the time to stock up on HD cameras. The Pro 2 add-on cameras are on sale for $151.80 at Amazon.

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[Update: Available later this month] Arlo announces the Arlo Ultra security camera with 4K HDR video, coming early 2019 starting at $400

Arlo, a recently spun-off Netgear business, has been making wireless security cameras for several years. We've covered the Arlo Pro and Arlo Pro 2 a lot because they're far and away the best fully wireless cameras on the market, but the current offerings top out at 1080p. That changes with the upcoming Arlo Ultra. These cameras, expected in early 2019, will sport 4K HDR video, a spotlight, color night vision, and more.

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Arlo Audio Doorbell and Chime review: Easy setup, questionable value

Ding-dong; the future's here! With smart-home technology making it more affordable than ever to outfit your domicile with everything from high-resolution, subject-identifying security cameras to wireless, effortlessly hooked up door and window sensors, who's really thinking about installing something as seemingly archaic as a doorbell and chime? We've already spent some time getting to to know Arlo's wireless camera systems, and I recently set out to see how that setup might be enhanced by the addition of the $80 Arlo Audio Doorbell and the $50 Arlo Chime.

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