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You can access this via your smartphone, tablet, or desktop. With it, you can go for Live View where you can keep watch of things as they happen, or go for video on demand. You’re also covered at night since the camera comes built with high quality infrared IR LEDs that allow for superior night vision that allows you to continue recording footage even in dim lighting. Now, you can protect your home all throughout the day – and night!What makes this wireless 1080p video doorbell so unique is its relatively small size and the round shaped, smooth surfaced aluminum finish that makes it look elegant and classy, no matter where you hook it with. There’s no battery required for it, since it’s hardwired to your home. It’s very easy to set up and comes with a lot of cool features that will conveniently give you peace of mind when answering the door.

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01.14.2007 | 34 Comments

"This battery operated device sells for $199, and communicates with your smartphone via Bluetooth," said Nerds on Call. "When the Smart Lock identifies your Bluetooth signal approaching, it unlocks your door, and can lock it behind you if you choose that setting. It also allows you to set up virtual keys for guests, with the ability to grant access for only certain dates and times for each key. The activity log keeps track of when each unique user comes and goes. Perhaps the best part about this smart home upgrade is that it goes over your existing lock, meaning that you can have strong security and an intelligent lock. If you choose, you can pair the Smart Lock with the ‘August Connect' for $79, which lets guests in and locks the door behind them.

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01.14.2007 | 16 Comments

For my next test, I installed this near a second floor window at several different angles. Of course, seeing the window was fine. However, who would put such a camera on the second floor and then just simply aim it at the window?After all, if a criminal is desperate enough to try and get in through the second floor window, they will probably find a way to do it. But, then again, what kind of stupid criminal would bring a 20 foot ladder with them for this purpose?Or even try this method of entry, when they could do the same thing on the first floor?The night vision feature is also very good. Personally, after having reviewed a number of these cameras, I now think that night vision of some type should really be a requirement. After all, if the camera cannot take an accurate and viewable picture after dark, what good is it?Do you really think that a burglar will come in broad daylight and leave their calling card?I think not!This model has 36 infrared LED lights that provide the night vision ability.