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14 products

  1. Netgear VueZone review

    Netgear VueZone review

    5  

    These wireless home security cameras promise freedom of positioning, but do they record at a quality that's useful?

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    Stem IZON Video Monitor 2.0 review

    Stem IZON Video Monitor 2.0 review

    6  

    This internet-connected camera features a 60-degree viewing angle, and record colour QVGA video at ten frames per second.

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    Y-Cam Bullet HD review

    Y-Cam Bullet HD review

    7  

    With night vision, weather-proofing and a choice of wireless or Ethernet connections, this camera - unlike its cheaper rivals - can be used indoors or out.

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    Edimax IC-7010PTn review

    Edimax IC-7010PTn review

    8  

    For under £200 this IP camera can be controlled remotely

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    Y-Cam EyeBall review

    Y-Cam EyeBall review

    9  

    Fantastic camera features for keeping your property surveyed and secure

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    Jabbakam review

    Jabbakam review

    5  

    A discreet IP camera but with extra hidden fees if you want to make the most of it

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    Compro IP70 review

    Compro IP70 review

    8  

    The Compro IP70 CCTV camera is easy to set up on your home network, with some advanced options

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    Smart Witness Smart-i review

    Smart Witness Smart-i review

    5  

    The Smart Witness Smart-i is certainly small, but is that enough to make it a useful tool?

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    Y-Cam Knight SD review

    Y-Cam Knight SD review

    10  

    Keep an eye on intruders with a night-vision security camera

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    HomeSight Wireless Easy Start Kit review

    HomeSight Wireless Easy Start Kit review

    6  

    The story of Richard East is one of 2005's best examples of how technology is changing our lives. When someone tried to burgle his flat in July, a motion sensor in a £99 Linksys Wireless-G Internet Video camera detected the thief.

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