I enjoyed reviewing the Wi-Spi EX30 security camera from Brickhouse Security, it is missing one important feature – remote viewing from the internet. I think I may have found a better solution for those times when I would like to see what’s going on in my home while I’m at work. It’s the Avaak Vue personal video network. It is not a webcam, but a wireless network with remote live video streaming capabilities. It uses a wireless technology called FrameMesh, which consumes 99 percent less power than WiFi, and is the first camera system to run on batteries. The miniature cameras are completely wireless and wire-free making them easy to mount and move to any location. In addition, unlike most camera systems the Vue personal video network does not require any software installation. The system which includes 2 cameras and a network gateway will run you $299.00. Extra cameras are priced at $99.00.
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