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A more secure Nest

Nest Secure

Getting started

Nest Guard

Nest Tag

Nest Detect

Hands on

Mobile control

Monitoring

Nest Hello

A doorbell from Nest

No price yet

Hello specs!

Nest Cam IQ Outdoor

Outdoor smarts

Costly cam

Nest app

Nest lineup 2017

Nest made a splash in the smart home Wednesday with several new products, including an outdoor cam, a doorbell cam and a whole-home security system. Click through for more pics from today's Nest event. 

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Nest's new security system -- called Nest Secure -- includes the Guard, the Tag and the Detect. 

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The Nest Secure starter pack will cost $500 and includes a Guard, two Detects and two Tags. 

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The Nest Guard is the keypad for Nest's new security system. The Guard has an 85-decibel siren, a backup battery and an LTE/3G backup, as well as arm and disarm capabilities. 

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Tap your security system on and off with the Nest Tag. 

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Stick this sensor to a door or window and it'll send you a push alert when it opens. The Detect also senses motion. 

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We got a chance to take a closer look at the pieces of the Nest Secure system. 

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Photo by Josh Miller/CNET

Photo by Josh Miller/CNET

Photo by Josh Miller/CNET

Photo by Josh Miller/CNET

You can of course control the system with your phone. 

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Monitor security yourself, or pay for professional monitoring. 

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Photo by Josh Miller/CNET

Photo by Josh Miller/CNET

Photo by Josh Miller/CNET

Photo by Josh Miller/CNET

Nest also introduced a doorbell cam on Wednesday called the Nest Hello. 

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The cam has person recognition -- it distinguishes people from pets and objects -- as well as the more difficult facial recognition. 

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The price for the Nest Hello hasn't been announced. 

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Finally, Nest brought its IQ cam tech to an outdoor model. 

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Complete with facial recognition capability, SuperSight, two-way talk and more, this model is supposed to bring Nest's premium IQ tech to your yard. 

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The outdoor Nest Cam IQ will retail for $350. 

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You'll be able to see footage from any Nest cam on the app. 

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Photo by Josh Miller/CNET

After Wednesday's event, Nest's lineup of smart home products is much more robust. 

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