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Viewing Canary's latest all-in-one home security system

The $99 View security system looks just like Canary's All-in-One device, but has fewer features.

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The Canary View costs $99 (roughly £75 and AU$125 converted).

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Like the All-in-One system from Canary, the View has 1080p HD live streaming, motion and person detection, auto-arming and disarming, night vision and video clip storage. 

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This plug-in Wi-Fi-enabled system also works with Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant, as well as Wink

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In addition to its free options, you can pay $10 per month to get access to Canary's web app, longer video clips and two-way audio. 

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Canary's View shares a similar design and list of features with the pricier All-in-One device, but it doesn't have a siren, an Ethernet port or motion detection zones. 

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View an activity log in the Android or iPhone app to see what's been happening at home. 

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You can also receive alerts on your phone in real-time whenever the View detects activity. 

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