Secure your home with two Wi-Fi outdoor security cameras at just $19.50 each ($41 off)

Wansview (97% positive lifetime feedback) via Amazon is offering a 2-pack of its Outdoor 1080p Wi-Fi Home Security Cameras for $38.99 shipped with the code BYXRCI4P and when you clip the on-page coupon. Down from $80, this saves more than 50% and is among the best pricing that we’ve tracked. Each camera features a 1080p sensor capable of capturing 4MP imagery for “smooth video day and night.” These cameras do require power, though they connect to your network via Wi-Fi, meaning only one cable has to be run. Being IP66 waterproof allows them to withstand the elements and last through harsh winters as well as spring showers. At night, you’ll be able to see up to 60-feet from the lens thanks to built-in IR LEDs. Rated 4.1/5 stars.

New Wyze Home Monitoring offers 24/7 security for just $5 per month…including hardware

Wyze is on a roll to close out 2020. After announcing the Wyze Watch, Sprinkler Controller, Vacuum, and several other products this year, the company is now entering the home security market. We got our first glimpse of this back in May when the company announced a partnership with Noonlight, offering a panic button of sorts to its camera lineup. But, now, Wyze is pushing that further with a full home monitoring solution, still partnered with Noonlight. Wyze Home Monitoring is built off the company’s all-new Sense v2 platform and will cost $5 per month. Equipment will run $60, though, if you pre-pay your first year (which is also $60), you’ll get the equipment included for free. What all does Wyze Home Monitoring cost? Well, let’s dive in.

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Arlo Floodlight/Doorbell Cam Review: Package detection + 3,000-lumen security

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Recently, Arlo launched the Pro 3 Floodlight Camera, making them one of the few companies to produce a security cam built into a floodlight that can tie into a larger ecosystem of products. With the ability to function wirelessly, off solar, or through constant power, the Pro 3 Floodlight Cam provides the ability to be mounted anywhere around your house, something that Ring’s Floodlight Cam just can’t deliver. Plus, with HomeKit support in tow, the Arlo Pro 3 Floodlight Cam could be the perfect addition to your smart home. On the flip side, the Arlo Video Doorbell doesn’t offer HomeKit compatibility, but you’ll find several other great features that tie into the Arlo ecosystem well, like smart notifications, a wide field-of-view, and much more. So, without further ado, here’s our hands-on review of the Arlo Pro 3 Floodlight and Doorbell cameras.

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Arlo’s new Essential Wire-Free Video Doorbell offering wireless home security

Arlo is updating its home security lineup with the Essential Wire-Free Video Doorbell. This product expands Arlo’s lineup of “essential” smart home gear that works without a hub, allowing for a simpler and more cost-effective setup. You’ll find that the Wire-Free Video Doorbell offers similar features to its wired companion, including 180-degree viewing angle, motion detection, 2-way audio, and much more.

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