[CES 2013] [CES 2013] What good is a home monitoring system if when at night, the camera is unable to pick up on what’s going on? For those who are really particular about security and the safety of their home and family, Netgear has launched the VueZone night vision camera which the company is boasting to be the industry’s only completely wire-free night vision camera system.The VueZone camera will also be accompanied by a powerful AC-powered infrared lamp, allowing scenes to be illuminated in the dark at various settings depending on your needs. The wire-free camera system also means that users will be able to place the camera pretty much anywhere they want as long as it is within range of the base station. In fact Netgear claims that the camera and the infrared lamp don’t even need to be next to each other, just as long as they are both pointing in the same direction.
The camera features motion detection where its sensitivity can be adjusted accordingly, and as a “warning”, an email alert will be sent to the user first informing them that motion has been detected. Monitoring of the camera can be done either at home on your computer, or even on your mobile devices where both the iOS and Android platform is supported. The Netgear VueZone Night Vision Camera will be priced at $129.99, although it seems that if you wish to set up a network of these cameras at home, you will require an existing VueZone system and service plans where up to 15 cameras can be managed.RELATED
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