Arlo Smart Home – 1 HD Camera Security System, 100% Wire-Free, Indoor/Outdoor with Night Vision (VMS3130-100NAS)

February 24, 2016 - Comment

Arlo Smart Home Security Cameras are the world’s FIRST 100% wire-free, HD, Indoor/Outdoor video cameras for home monitoring. Motion activated cameras initiate automatic recording and alert you via email or app notifications. Free apps enable remote monitoring from anywhere and with the built-in night vision you’ll even see in dark. Product Features See in stunning

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Arlo Smart Home Security Cameras are the world’s FIRST 100% wire-free, HD, Indoor/Outdoor video cameras for home monitoring. Motion activated cameras initiate automatic recording and alert you via email or app notifications. Free apps enable remote monitoring from anywhere and with the built-in night vision you’ll even see in dark.

Product Features

  • See in stunning clarity and sharper details with HD cameras and watch live streamed or recorded videos from your computer, smartphone or tablet using Arlo’s free App
  • Patented 100% wire-free design and magnetic mounts let you discreetly place cameras where you want and monitor your home from every possible angle
  • Night vision cameras with HD clarity even in the dark
  • Motion activated cameras and customizable activity alerts provide real-time email or app notifications while home or away
  • Indoor/Outdoor weatherproof cameras install easily for DIY security so you can even monitor the exterior of your home

Comments

Ivan says:

Initial impressions after 1 day #### UPDATE #### UPDATE ######## UPDATE #### UPDATE ####It has been a little over a week now and I wanted to take a moment to update you about my Arlo system.I did absolutely forget to mention one more important aspect of the Dropcam, which is AUDIO. The dropcam offers very accurate and sensitive sound detection. You can customize the sensitivity and even hear the faintest sound. This means the dropcam can also be set to record audio constantly, or begin to record once sound is detected. The dropcam also features a basic low quality output speaker, which you can talk through using the Dropcam app on your mobile phone. I actually tested the feature and spoke with my wife who was at home, while I was overseas on a business trip using wifi and my mobile app. It works very similar to a walkie talkie. It does not work like a normal phone conversation, instead, only one person can speak at a time, like a 2 way radio with a delay. This feature may only be…

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Anonymous says:

** Quick update: I got just under 2 months of battery life out of both cameras. My settings are: highest quality video, a pretty high sensitivity (80%), and 90 second recordings. **I have 2 Dropcams and now 2 Arlos. I purchased the Arlo system because I wanted outdoor cameras where I did not have power. Generally, I think the product is OK for an initial release. It mostly works. I think most of the rough patches are in software which can improve over time. Bottom line- it’s not a Dropcam. Don’t expect it to be a Dropcam. But, I now have better security coverage of my home because of Arlo. It’s a solution (with compromise) for having a camera looking at an area where there is either no power, or weather considerations a Dropcam can’t handle. It doesn’t record 24/7. The video quality isn’t amazing. But, if you want to record events in a “blind spot” that your Dropcam system currently can’t hit, then it’s a nice gap filler.Product…

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Anonymous says:

I was very excited to receive my 2 camera Arlo system when it finally was released. Previously I’ve had a four camera wired system with DVR and a two camera Logitech Alert system. We just bought a new house and I didn’t want to run camera wires in the attic and I was never really happy with the Logitech system which has now been discontinued.SetupI had the system up and running in five minutes. Super easy, you simply connect the base station to your router using the supplied cat5e cable. I had a shorter cat6 cable so I actually used this instead. After it is plugged into the router you go to the Arlo website and create your account. The final step was to put batteries into the cameras and pair them to the base station. Both cameras were paired almost instantly! Compared to running camera wires or dealing with powerline networking (Alert) this was a breeze.CamerasNice looking little cameras and they have a bit of weight to them…

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