CES 2013: Netgear targets home-monitoring market
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CES 2013: Netgear targets home-monitoring market

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At CES 2013 in Las Vegas, Netgear previews VueZone, a wire-free night-vision connected camera with motion detection and mounting accessories for a complete home-monitoring experience.

-VueZone is a video remote monitoring system unlike any other on the market. VueZone is peace of mind in the palm of your hand. It's seeing that your kids made it home safely from school and aren't getting into trouble. It's seeing that your pets are safe and secure and happy while you're away. It's knowing that upstairs in her crib, your daughter is sound asleep or not asleep. And when I say palm of your hand, it really has two meanings. First of all, VueZone cameras are tiny. Here's an example of one. They literally can fit in the palm of your hand. Secondly, you can view your video with the Smartphone in the palm of your hand. But here's how VueZone is different from any other monitoring system on the market. It's completely wire-free and wire-free means hassle-free. The cameras have no wires, no power cord, no Ethernet cable, no transmission wires of any type. They transmit video wirelessly and they're powered by camera batteries that last around six months. You can install them just like this. Moving your cameras is as easy as this. Here's just a taste of how VueZone works. First of all, it's completely app'd up. You can view your video with your iPhone, with your Android phones and tablets, even our newest iPad app that we've just released. For those of you who are on computer still, you can view it by opening up a computer, open up any web browser. As long as you have internet connection, you can see your videos. No software to install. You can record live videos or take snapshots at anytime, and when your camera senses motion in your home, it will automatically send you an e-mail so that you can see exactly what your camera saw and all of your recordings are stored safely and securely in the cloud, so that you can access them at anytime. You can even download them at anytime as well. And now, VueZone even lets you see in the dark. It's like putting on night vision goggles. Today, we're announcing the new VueZone night vision camera that just received the CES Innovations Award. Simply add the VueZone camera, the night vision camera, to any VueZone system and just like the other cameras, they can be placed and mounted and used pretty much anywhere and you can access them at anytime. It comes with a high-powered infrared lamp that you can plug in to illuminate any area that you wanna monitor. So VueZone is a completely integrated system for home monitoring. It includes motion detection. It includes a whole host of mounting accessories including an outdoor shell which is weatherproof. So, literally, you can put a camera virtually anywhere.

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