But all that stuff isn't enough of an upgrade for me to urge existing Dropcam Pro users to run to a local store to snatch one up today.
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The fine new Nest Cam home-security video camera, introduced recently by Google-owned Nest Labs for $199, is a 4.5-inch inch tall eyeball on a pedestal that's connected to Wi-Fi and can send you alerts on your phone.
In my case, that meant positioning Nest Cam on top of a piano in my living room, a vantage point where I could make sure Sadie, my dog, wasn't misbehaving or depressed. I peeked in on my kids who were home on summer break, and saw them watching a movie when I would have preferred that they were playing outdoors.
I could hear them through Nest Cam and talk back (with a slight lag) via its microphone, which I could access from an app on my phone.
That freaked my kids out at first, but then they thought it was neat.
For many of us, Nest Cam and other similar products is not so much about checking in on the family, as making sure no one breaks into the house.A quick side-by-side comparison of Nest Cam with The thing is, it really isn't a fully functioning security camera -- which would be a deal breaker if its video quality wasn't so darn impressive.Its biggest offense is that it doesn't have customizable alerts.Floodlight Cam easily replaces existing wired floodlights and connects to standard junction boxes.With the app, you can flash the lights, sound the alarm and zoom-in to focus on your most important areas.Protect your home with the world’s only motion-activatedsecurity camera with built-in floodlights, a siren alarm andtwo-way audio, so you can see, hear and speak to anyoneon your property from anywhere.