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The Netgear Arlo Q security camera is within dollars of its all-time low today

PCWorld

Indoor security cameras come in all shapes and sizes, and generally you get what you pay for. Unless you can get a killer deal like the one we found today. Amazon is selling the Netgear Arlo Q for $119, down from a list price of $220Remove non-product link, the best price we've seen this year and just a few dollars off its all-time low. This camera is built for indoor use and designed to keep an eye on your home in 1080p HD. The built-in motion detector has an adjustable range up to 50 feet, while the camera will even record at night in total darkness.


The Lighthouse security camera uses AI to recognize your family and your pets

Popular Science

Security cameras have come a long way from the dumb, unblinking eyes that looked out over our homes just a few years ago. Now, AI tech is increasingly important for things like face and behavior recognition so your camera can alert you when something is up without bombarding you with unnecessary alerts. Lighthouse isn't a big name like Ring or Amazon, but its stand-alone security camera has a lot of smart features, even if the video quality won't blow you away with its fidelity. The initial setup is incredibly simple. You download the app, connect to the camera, bring it onto your home network and then you're pretty much good to go.


55% off Wansview Wireless IP Security Camera - Deal Alert

PCWorld

This security camera from Wansview currently averages 4 out of 5 stars from 180 reviewers on Amazon (read reviews). It lists for 199.99, but with the current 55% discount you save 110 and can buy it for just 89.99. The unit has clarity up to 1920x1080, and and SD card slot (max 64GB supported) for video recording and playback. Horizontal 340 degree and vertical 90degree pan & tilt capability. It also features a built-in mic and speaker for 2-way audio communication and connects easily to your smartphone for remote viewing.


Amazon knocks up to 30 percent off Blink home security cameras

Engadget

Outfitting your home with a security system can be costly and complicated. But there are more affordable ways to do so now, with Blink devices being some of the most accessible available. They're wireless, easy to install and require no monthly subscription fee (although there is one you can pay for). You can get some of the latest Blink cameras for less right now thanks to Amazon's sale that knocks up to 30 percent off the gadgets. The Blink Outdoor one-camera kit is down to $70 and the Blink Mini indoor cam is on sale for $25, which is only $5 more than its record-low price.


Privacy Alert! Xiaomi's Security Cameras Not All That Secure?

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If you think that if you have a security camera at your home then you are safe, you are absolutely wrong to sleep on your chair so freely! Xiaomi instantly hit headlines when one of its security cameras displayed stills of a man sleeping on a chair. Xiaomi, the global giant known for its great products at a low price per reports, had launched a "Home Security Camera" earlier. With increase in the use of security cameras the aspect of privacy and security are still a major concern. The Home Security Camera by Xiaomi which offers a 1080p recording, infrared night vision, AI motion detectors ad lots more apparently was too high-tech when it displayed pictures from other cameras from "Google Nest Hub".