Nest Cam

Jun 19, 2015

Category: Tech

We can think of numerous reasons why you might want to have a wireless security camera for your house that you can view from anywhere in the world. Your kids are at that in between age where they’re too old to have a babysit but so young that they’ll probably want to do something stupid, you just bought a new big screen TV, or you just want to make sure your dog isn’t using your shoe as a chew toy. Whatever your reason, there are a ton of cheap home security solutions like the Nest Cam.

The Nest Cam is a security camera that streams whatever room it is looking at in full 1080p HD right to your smartphone. You can also get alerts sent to your phone based on noise feedback or visual interference. The Nest Cam also has night vision, allowing you to keep an eye on the room around the clock with ease. And best of all, you’re able to talk and listen to whoever is in the room. [Purchase]

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