Known primarily for its action cams, iOn manages to squeeze an HD camera, wireless connectivity and a long battery life into an ultratiny body.
The 1.5-inch-square SnapCam announced at CES 2015 can snap up to 5,000 photos -- one every two minutes -- on a single charge, among other things.
Ion plans to add alert functionality to its Ion the Home camera eventually; in the meantime, you'll have to monitor your live feed 24/7 to get any real security benefits.
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The Bissell Bolt Ion is a bad vacuum. It costs a reasonable $180, but it's such an ineffective pain that I wouldn't recommend it at any price point.
With a unique EdgeReach feature, this convertible stick vac wants to help with those pesky corners.
Skinned in Realtree camouflage, this action cam won't give your location away while you're on the hunt.
While the Ion the Home security camera has some promising specs, it's MIA push and email alerts and wonky live streaming view in the iOS app make it tough to recommend.
The Ion the Home security camera is a new venture for the previously action cam-focused company.
Continuing where its predecessor left off, the Air Pro 3 is a smart choice for easy POV shooting and sharing.
A fun, flexible action cam, the iOn Air Pro 3 keeps things simple without sacrificing video or build quality, making it an excellent option for those who just want to go out and shoot -- in or out of the water.