High-end security systems can transform your home into Fort Knox. But if you’re a techie these pop security systems can be a cool add-on.
Soliom 90 Pro Outdoor
The sustainably-minded can conserve energy and save some cash with a solar-operated system. The batteries recharge via mini solar paneIs attached outside the camera. It’s wireless so you can monitor activity outside your home from anywhere. It also has night vision and an audio and motion detector.
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Ring with HD video and motion-activated alerts
This video doorbell allows homeowners to monitor who or what’s outside their front door remotely. By using the Alexa app, chosen alerts can be communicated when your doorbell is pressed or motion is detected. Ring has been ubiquitous in social media lately as youtubers began catching people in the act of stealing packages, many of them Amazon boxes, from front and back stoops. That’s the best time to implement Project Doorbell Speak, we think.
Google Nest Cam IQ Indoor
For those who want to keep an eye on a pet but don’t want a pet cam, this wireless camera can watch and interact with pets when you’re not there. You can tell Rover to drink water or stop barking and then shout “good boy.” A cool feature is its capability of providing a 3-hour snapshot memory as well as 24/7 live streaming..
This one's for neurotics and perfectionists. It features motion sensors, entry sensors and glassbreak detectors. It’s also trained to tell the difference between a human and a pet heat signature, so there are no “false” alarms waking up skittish puppies. It prepares for the worst by using backup systems and backups to the backups. Let the security system suffer from OCD, so you don’t have to.