According to high tech security Company Arlo, Australian households are the 5th most robbed in the world and that is one good reason to invest in their new top end Arlo Ultra which is a 4K noise cancelling security camera that has been described as “the best there is out there”.
Their new camera system which features 4K Ultra HD resolution is set to launch in Australia during the first quarter of 2019
Arlo General Manager of Marketing Lambro Skropidis said that the new camera was the direct result of research and new cutting edge technology that has been packed into a device that can be solar charged.
The new Arlo Ultra features a 4K image sensor with HDR image processing and is capable of capturing and outputting 4K video quality to users via the cloud. It also has a brand new solar charging system that has been described as a “vast improvement” on prior Arlo solar models.
In addition to its 4K HDR video quality, the Arlo Ultra incorporates a wire-free design that’s weather-resistant, which allows it to be installed indoors or outdoors.
Other features include a built-in siren that can be triggered by motion or audio detection, or remotely triggered, as well as a one-year Arlo Smart Premier subscription.
The new 4K sensor also offers “one of the widest viewing angles in the wire-free security camera industry,” with software used to correct the 180 degree angle to eliminate distortion.
The device also has a rechargeable battery, though Arlo didn’t offer any details on just how often you’ll have to recharge it, but they did say that despite the 4K capture capability that the battery operates similar to prior models.
Apart from the rechargeable battery the new camera is weather-resistant and has a magnetic charging cable for indoor and outdoor use.
Arlo Ultra also features a built-in siren that can be automatically triggered by motion, audio detection, or manually activated remotely from the Arlo App for added protection.
Arlo Ultra comes with the new, advanced Arlo Smart Hub which connects to the user’s router to provide extended Wi-Fi range to Arlo cameras, manages data traffic to and from the camera out to the user’s cloud account and offers a more secure dedicated IOT network for the devices connected to the Arlo Smart Hub. The Arlo Smart Hub features a microSD Card for local storage of recorded clips from Arlo cameras.
The Arlo Ultra will be available during the first quarter of 2019. The sting is that this camera is going to cost over $800 which management claims will appeal to consumers who put safety first and buy luxury cars.