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Neos SmartCam launches

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Neos has announced the launch of Neos SmartCam, making smart home security more affordable for everyone.

Neos SmartCam is packed with features found in more expensive indoor cameras, for an incredibly low price of just £19.99. It includes livestreaming in razor sharp 1080p full HD, night vision, 8x digital zoom, motion and sound detection with in-app alerts, plus 2-way audio.

Neos SmartCam keeps you close to home, wherever you are; and with the auto-arming feature, it uses your location to automatically arm when you leave the home, in case you forget.

Whether working or travelling, it’s easy and affordable to stay connected to your home, family & pets 24/7 through the app, livestreaming the moments that matter most.  With an intuitive user experience, the app is compatible with smart phones (iOS and Android).

The multi-functional camera is available in a white matte finish to pre-order at www.shop.neos.co.uk  from today.  Orders will start being sent out on 28th January.

Matt Poll, CEO and founder of Neos, “we believe that everyone should be able to afford the sense of reassurance that a smart home security camera can provide. With the Neos SmartCam, we’re making that possible and enabling millions of families in the UK to stay connected to home and loved ones”.

Multiple Neos SmartCam devices can be connected to the home Wi-Fi, and controlled from the app.  Short video clips are saved for 14 days in the cloud and there is an SD card port for continuous recording.

Features

  • 1080p Full HD: Captures sharp images to see every detail
  • Night vision: Enhanced night vision to see in the dark
  • Motion detection: Senses movement and sends alerts straight to the smartphone
  • Live stream: See through the camera lens in real time, anytime via the app
  • Auto-arming: Automatically switches on and off as you arrive or leave the home
  • Noise detection: Built-in motion sensor, with push notifications and sound sensitivity controls in the app
  • 2-way audio: Hear what is happening in real time and respond accordingly
  • 8x digital zoom: Pinch and zoom to see more in live view and playback
  • Cloud recording: Automatically records motion, storing 12 seconds of video on the cloud
  • Flexible design: Simple installation and setup, with a 3-axis movement to point the camera in the best position
  • SD card enabled: SD card compatible to continuously record video even without Wi-Fi
  • Download clips: Save video clips on the phone and share with family and friends
  • Powered by mains electricity: The camera is supplied with a 2-metre power cable & plug.  If required, a mounting kit with a 3-metre extension cable can be purchased from www.shop.neos.co.uk.
Andrew Edneyhttp://moviesgamesandtech.com
I am the owner and editor of this site. I have been interested in gadgets and tech since I was a little kid. I have also written a number of books on various tech subjects. I also blog for The Huffington Post and for FHM. And I am honoured to be a Microsoft MVP since January 2008 - again this year as an Xbox MVP.

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