Reolink Argus Wireless Security Camera

Using built-in WiFi connectivity, Reolink Argus security camera wirelessly joins in your local network, and its wide-angle lens is designed to monitor an area in or around your house. Like the idea? Let’s continue reading.

Reolink Argus Wireless Security Camera

The Reolink Argus is a WiFi-enabled, app-controlled security surveillance camera that measures 65 x 54 x 113mm. As shown in the images, the security camera shows off an elegant and discreet appearance design that allows it to blend well with various interior decoration styles. Using its compact form factor and wireless design, you can easily mount the security camera anywhere in your house, and its waterproof design allows it to work outdoors, even in the harsh conditions like rain or shine, hot or cold.

The security camera comes equipped with a wide angle lens that features 130-degree horizontal and 70-degree vertical FOV in order to cover a wide area and reduce blink spots, and it supports 1080p Full HD video recording. Using its 360-degree magnetic base, you can effortlessly twist it for any direction you want, even upside down.

Reolink Argus Wireless Security Camera

Furthermore, the security camera also features a built-in wide-angle smart PIR motion sensor. When motion detected, the security camera will immediately wake up, capture the event, trigger alarms, and send you notifications to your smartphone. Its high-quality night vision allows you to see clearly at night.

Moreover, the security camera supports live view, so you can use your smartphone to monitor your house wherever you’re, and two-way audio allows you to tell your family when you’re away from home. In addition, Reolink Argus is powered by 4 lithium-ion CR123A batteries that offer 4-6 months of usage between charges.

The Reolink Argus has been available for preorder on Indiegogo (flexible goal). You can pledge $80 to own the wireless security camera. It will be shipped in May 2017 (estimated). BTW, don’t miss the USB charger with security camera and more cool related gadgets by following tags.

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  • sanjay srikonda

    It’s funny the “press releases” become news stories without even any actual work put into analyzing whether this is secure or if it’s like the thousands of IoT devices that will be hackable out of the box, or if the market to whom they’re being sold is all those people who have no clue that hooking these things up to their wifi networks will make their entire network vulnerable.

    At least pretend that you are covering the actual security OF a SECURITY CAMERA.

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