In a three-way battle among the Logi Circle, the Canary Flex and the Netgear Arlo Pro, which Wi-Fi security camera comes out on top?
The Logi Circle, the Canary Flex and the Netgear Arlo Pro are three rechargeable DIY home security cameras.
While they share some similar features, the models are quite different.
Read on to find out more about each one.
This is Canary's Flex camera.
It costs $199/£159.
It has a 116-degree field of view.
Its magnetic base makes it extremely easy to angle the camera.
It has 720p live streaming and a rechargeable battery.
This is the Netgear Arlo Pro.
The Arlo Pro is a $250/£300 indoor/outdoor security camera.
It comes with a hub that you connect to your Wi-Fi router.
It has a 130-degree field of view.
Download the Arlo app for Android or iPhone to connect your Arlo Pro.
It has 720p live streaming.
Its rechargeable battery is supposed to last for anywhere from four to six months.
You can scale up the system by adding additional cameras as needed.
This is the Logi Circle.
It's a $200/£159 indoor security camera.
The Circle has a rechargeable battery.
It has 1080p live streaming.
You can use the included attachments to mount the Circle anywhere in your house.
Rest the base of the camera on magnetic charger.
When it's charged, you can remove it from the base.
The battery lasts for roughly 2 to 6 hours -- up to 12 if you use the energy-save mode.
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