With its reliability, its overall ease of use, and its undeniable value, the iSmartAlarm is an intriguing, legitimate alternative in home security, especially for small-home owners and budget-minded consumers.
iSmartAlarm's $99 Spot camera offers high-def live streaming, night vision, motion and sound alerts, two-way talk, local and cloud storage and IFTTT integration.
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At $150, the iCamera Keep is a very solid security camera, but we can't give it our full-throated recommendation until iSmartAlarm rolls out full video recording capabilities.
Thanks to a new IFTTT partnership, iSmartAlarm is finally poised for third-party integration.
For $150, the iCamera Keep looks like a promising addition to one of our favorite security systems.
With new gadgets and promised compatibility with IFTTT, Thread, Z-Wave, and HomeKit, the little security kit that could is making a big push to serve as your smart home's foundation.
That's $75 off list and the lowest price around by at least $50. Plus: a killer tablet bonus deal!
The new security accessory can be used with or without existing iSmartAlarm systems, and looks like a significant upgrade over the existing iCamera.
With a doorbell camera, glass-break sensor, and plug-in automation module joining the lineup, this fee-free DIY security system is set to get even smarter in 2014.
There's no shortage of options when it comes to building a smart home that works for you. Here's the gear each CNET Smart Home editor would go with in their own home -- and the gadgets they're passing on.