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1. The system’s operating hub is the Sky Control, a 7 inch color touchscreen device from which you activate and deactivate your system, lock and unlock doors, view video feeds, adjust smart home devices, and much more. Vivint’s other devices such as sensors and outdoor and doorbell cameras are equally high end and compatible with 3rd party smart home devices. The system uses a cellular connection, which protects against burglar wire cutting, but may be an issue in rural areas where the cellular signal is weak. The chief positives Link Interactive brings to the table are the wealth of security options offered for different homeowner needs and flexible price points. You can choose which equipment you need and select between three plans of ascending cost.

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After promotion period, regular rates apply. Prices exclude additional equipment charges, inside wiring fees, additional outlets, taxes, surcharges including video Broadcast Surcharge $10. 00/mo. and Regional Sports Surcharge $9. 00/mo. , depending on Cox market and other fees.

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Perfect if you want to keep an eye on the baby while cooking. The Hive View works with the wider Hive ecosystem, so if you’ve already got the Hive thermostat and sensors everything will work seamlessly together in the same app. 98 View at Amazon$381. 99View at Best Buy$449. 72View at eBaySee all prices 5 found?Super portableGood designNeeds good signalOngoing costsUnlike most other security systems, the Arlo Go has an interesting proposition: it's totally wireless. It works using a 4G LTE signal rather than WiFi, which means it works whenever it has mobile coverage. Add to that its IP65 certified waterproof rating and you've got yourself a portable camera that really can go anywhere. Well, anywhere with mobile signal. Arlo offers limited cloud storage allocation for free, as well as a microSD slot. This sets it apart from similar security brands that charge for a subscription. Unfortunately, you do have to pay for a mobile data plan to get the Go up and running.