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Read our full Arlo Ultra Review. 99 View at Best Buy$359View at Amazon$539. 99View at Walmart?Like its older sibling the Arlo Pro, the Arlo Pro 2 has motion detection, night vision and an intercom function, but the Pro 2 has a higher resolution 1080p vs. 720p with a wider 130 degree field of view. The Arlo Pro 2 can be plugged in or run off battery power, and can last for up to six months without needing a recharge. You'll also get Arlo's generous cloud subscription plan, which offers seven days' worth of footage for free.

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01.14.2007 | 34 Comments

After the first day of receiving 6 notifications in under an hour, we had to turn off one of the advertised features. Luckily, a few weeks later they added the ability to adjust the sensitivity and I just so happened to have an iPhone in a drawer, and I was able to use the iOS app to put it on low. Now we don't get any notifications from the motion sensor. Now that I think about it, I am actually concerned if it is working at all on low. We have packages delivered and such and I haven't had any notifications since making the adjustment. I see in other reviews apparently changing to low makes it as useless as high. Where with high you get constant notifications and low it is nearly impossible to trip the motion sensor. I haven't done further testing myself, but that seems to be holding true here given the activity I know has been in front of it recently. The biggest issue I have had with this unit, which literally took 2 months of exchanges with their support before I figured out a solution, was getting the video, yes the head line feature, to work. On demand and button pushes would sometimes take 30 seconds to 2 minutes for the video to start coming through and even then it would be just primary colors or video with static in large areas of the video or a black screen with little dots of light randomly spread out. Completely useless if trying to id a vandal or package thief or to have a conversation with whoever was there because usually they weren't there but I couldn't tell since I couldn't see.

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01.14.2007 | 16 Comments

At an event in San Francisco today Sept. 20, the company introduced a trio of products, including a new video doorbell and a home alarm, along with an outdoor version of the facial recognition equipped Nest Cam it rolled out earlier this year. The Nest Secure home alarm systemNest Secure, a $499 home alarm system, leads the parade of products introduced today Sept. 20. But Nest also unveiled the $349 Nest Cam IQ Outdoor, which brings the face recognition features introduced with this year's indoor Nest Cam IQ to outdoor home security cameras. Nest Cam IQ Outdoor and Nest Secure are available for preorder today. They'll ship in November. They'll be followed in the first quarter of 2018 by Nest Hello, which marks Nest's entry into the video doorbell business. Nest has yet to set a price for Nest Hello. MORE: Best Indoor and Outdoor Home Security CamerasNest isn't exactly a stranger to smart home security, thanks to its Nest Cam and its 2014 purchase of Dropcam. But Nest sees this trio of products fitting right into its portfolio of smart home products while giving users better control over the security of their home.