Arlo announces the Arlo Ultra security camera with 4K HDR video, coming early 2019 starting at $400 [Update]

Update 1: 2018/11/30 8:59am PST

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Arlo, a recently spun-off Netgear business, has been making wireless security cameras for several years. We’ve covered the Arlo Pro and Arlo Pro 2 a lot because they’re far and away the best fully wireless cameras on the market, but the current offerings top out at 1080p. That changes with the upcoming Arlo Ultra. These cameras, expected in early 2019, will sport 4K HDR video, a spotlight, color night vision, and more. Read MoreArlo announces the Arlo Ultra security camera with 4K HDR video, coming early 2019 starting at $400 [Update] was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

[Update: Now live] Arlo adding animal, vehicle, and package detection to Arlo Smart plans

Update 1: 2018/11/23 11:55am PST

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Arlo’s cameras didn’t have any of the AI-powered features of their wired competitors for a long time, but the company started testing those capabilities in 2017. Arlo Smart finally rolled out earlier this year, but it was missing some of the detection features from the beta. Now, the compnay appears to have worked out the issues and plans to add several more detection capabilities to Arlo Smart soon. Read More[Update: Now live] Arlo adding animal, vehicle, and package detection to Arlo Smart plans was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Logitech Circle 2 security cameras are $80 off — wired for $99, wireless for $119

Home security used to be something you couldn’t effectively do yourself, but recent advances in connected cameras and alarms have changed things. Home security cameras you can monitor yourself can be pretty affordable, especially with sales like this one: you can currently grab Logitech’s Circle 2 security cameras for $80 off.

The Circle 2 records in up to 1080p, with a 180-degree field of view and night vision that can see up to 15 feet in the dark. Read MoreLogitech Circle 2 security cameras are $80 off — wired for $99, wireless for $119 was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Arlo Q and Logi Circle security cameras both drop to under $100, the cheapest we've ever seen them

As home security systems continue to become more affordable and accessible, two of the best single-camera options out there have just dropped to under $100, representing excellent deals for both.

The Arlo Q usually retails for $219.99 so you’ll be saving $120 if you plump for this option. It’s available from both Amazon and Best Buy at the discounted price. It offers 1080p recording, two-way audio, and can be controlled via Amazon’s Alexa. Read MoreArlo Q and Logi Circle security cameras both drop to under $100, the cheapest we’ve ever seen them was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

[Deal Alert] Buy a Canary All-in-One security camera, get an Echo Spot for free ($130 off) at Best Buy

Security cameras are a smart thing to have. Best Buy’s got a deal on one particularly compelling cam, the Canary All-in-One. Right now, when you buy the camera, you get a free Echo Spot. Not a bad deal considering the Spot is $129.99 on its own.

The $139.99 Canary features a 1080p sensor, wide-angle lens, and infrared night vision, so you can keep track of everything going on in your house regardless of the time of day. Read More[Deal Alert] Buy a Canary All-in-One security camera, get an Echo Spot for free ($130 off) at Best Buy was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

[Deal Alert] The Arlo Baby smart baby monitor is down to $160 ($40 off)

Having a baby is stressful, or so I’m told. Many new parents opt to place a baby monitor in their child’s room for peace of mind, so they can keep an eye on things without having to walk in. Arlo’s high-tech solution, Arlo Baby, is currently on sale for $160, $40 off its usual $200 price.

This particular model comes with accessories that make the camera look like cyclops bunny, but you can get other attachments to style it as a dog or a cat. Read More[Deal Alert] The Arlo Baby smart baby monitor is down to $160 ($40 off) was written by the awesome team at Android Police.