Have the need or in the mood for a thermal-seeking camera on a ruggedized smartphone. The Cat S62 Pro — made as with most Cat-branded phones by U.K.-based Bullitt Group — is about to come online to retailers in the United States for a slightly better price than was first quoted.
Setting up your smart home can be tough — Which cameras do you buy? Which sensors, and which light bulbs? Will everything work together after you buy it? How much is it all going to cost to set up? Luckily, Wyze has an answer for you: the Smart Home Starter Pack. It's everything you need to get started, and it's on sale now for just $50 ($30 off) at Home Depot.
You thought augmented reality was just a gimmick. You all thought that it was just a weird trick you'll use once and never again. You thought wrong. If you haven't seen it already, Home Depot makes and sells a $299 standing skeleton decoration with "LifeEyes" that stands 12 feet tall. We know a lot of you have an itch to purchase this. You should probably check if and where it will fit around your house before doing so.
Pricing for Google's upcoming Android TV dongle may have leaked courtesy of retailers, including Home Depot, Target, and Walmart. Based on leaked pricing, the new device could run between $50 and $60 when it lands, and come in three colors: Rock Candy, Como Blue, and Summer Melon.
Do you need an outdoor security camera for your home? Maybe you want to catch your Amazon delivery driver chucking boxes at your door, or make sure no one has stolen your packages. Now you can get the YI H30 Outdoor Security Camera for just $64.88 exclusively from Home Depot, a $55.11 savings from the original MSRP. Six months of cloud storage is also included, making this an even better offer.
Home Depot may not be known as the biggest tech retailer, but if you're outfitting a smart home it is the place to go especially now, as their Black Friday sale brings many of the most popular smart home and security products down in price. We've compiled some of the best deals so you don't have to hunt through the catalog yourself. All the following deals will be available starting Thanksgiving morning at 6AM EST, though some others can be had now — availability is noted in both cases.
With a Made by Google event just around the corner, it should come as no surprise that we are seeing some great deals on Google and Nest hardware. Those looking to start equipping their smart home should look no further. This bundle includes our favorite video doorbell, the Nest Hello, and a free Nest Hub. This latest deal is available from both Best Buy and Home Depot for $229.
Ring currently finds itself embroiled in controversy, with reports indicating that employees had unrestricted access to all camera footage until as recently as May 2018. While Ring denies this, saying staff only accessed publicly-shared videos in Ring's Neighbors app, the news has a lot of people on edge. That being said, Ring's products were best-sellers in the 2018 holiday season, and if you can look past the unpleasantness, Ring video doorbells are a quick way to get started with a smart home security system. Home Depot is having a one-day sale on Ring products, including a bundle of the Ring Video Doorbell 2, Chime Pro, and Floodlight Cam, where you can save 30% off of the products' individual prices.
More and more people are buying smart security cameras these days, and if you haven't yet joined the wave, now might be the right time to. For today only, Home Depot is offering discounts of over 20% on three unique Nest Cam bundles at different price points. There are some good deals to be had here.