Netatmo may not be the first brand that comes to your mind when you think about smart home security, but the French company does a lot of things right. Its cameras come with no hidden fees, but offer local storage, backups to Dropbox and an FTP server, face recognition (though not super reliable), alarm detection, Google Assistant integration — perks that usually cost a lot with competitor products. However, in my review of the Welcome camera, one of the aspects I lamented most was the sluggish Android app. Two years later, it's finally received a big refresh.
Ecobee is mostly known for its smart thermostat, but the company has decided to foray into an adjacent business field: home security. It has announced its new Haven subscription that takes advantage of existing SmartThermostats and SmartSensors and introduced its first security camera and sensors for doors and windows.
Wyze's upcoming Outdoor Cam has just cruised past the FCC ahead of its upcoming launch. First spotted by Zatz Not Funny!, the listing includes internal/external product images and a product manual. Between the two, we have a good idea of what it looks like, we know it is battery powered with a detachable magnetic mount, and we know it will connect to a remote base station.
Annke is known for making some pretty fantastic smart camera systems to help keep your home and your loved ones safe. In our latest giveaway, you can win one of two Annke Baby Monitors or one of four Annke 4K Ultra HD IP Cameras. Here's everything you need to know.
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If you're looking for an affordable security camera that's packed with features, the EufyCam E is the one for you. It's got everything you need, and you can get it for just $110 today, thanks to the coupon code below.
Arlo home security cameras are quite popular, in large part due to their recording capabilities and overall design quality. Unfortunately, this degree of reliability and performance doesn't come cheap, but today's deal from Amazon offers an impressive discount if you're in the market for a multi-room security system. Right now, you can grab a bundle that includes three Arlo Ultra cameras and a base station from Amazon for an all-time low price of $668, which is $131.99 off the MSRP.
If you're on the market for a wireless security camera system to keep an eye on your home and your yard without breaking the bank, the Anker eufyCam 2 is an excellent option. With this deal, you can snatch a two-camera bundle for $276, which is $76 off the regular price.
Outfitting your home with connected security cameras can be quite expensive, especially once you start looking into setting up multiple cameras, even more so if you need them to be capable of recording outdoors or in HD. Luckily, Amazon's latest Deal of the Day can help to upgrade your home security with the best pricing yet on Yi security camera 2-packs. Two of the dome-style indoor cams with pan, tilt, and zoom support will set you back $55 ($34.99 off), and the outdoor camera bundle is available for $71.99 ($68 0ff.)
Yi Technology's Kami subbrand is known for its inexpensive but well-built smart home devices, including security technology. After introducing its first wire-free, battery-powered indoor camera a few months ago, the company has now taken the wraps off a similar cordless outdoor camera that's rated for up to six months of battery life on a single charge and should help you keep an eye on your house's exterior.
Having a baby can be stressful, and even though old-fashioned baby monitors let you hear your little one, they're not as reassuring as more modern solutions. Arlo's Baby Monitor, which allows you to see and talk to your baby in real-time, is down to $95, the lowest price it's ever been.