How To Improve Your Home Security From Your Smartphone, For Under $50

This wireless camera sends an encrypted live feed of your house straight to your cell phone.
iPM World HD 360 Degree Wireless Camera

Robbers, prowlers, cat burglars — call ‘em what you want, but none of them are welcome in your home. Household cameras with live feeds are the latest wave of security technology, but if a hacker taps into your footage and uses it for nefarious purposes, all of the camera’s benefits fly out the window. The ultra-secure iPM World HD 360 Degree Wireless Camera is a great option for people who value home safety but don’t want to spend a fortune.

iPM’s high-definition camera sends a completely encrypted crystal-clear live feed of whatever room you’d like to monitor straight to your smartphone. Its 360-degree panoramic view keeps tabs on every corner of your house, and motion detection zeroes in on potential bandits (or on that family member who keeps swiping your favorite snacks from the refrigerator). Infrared night vision maintains laser-like focus on your valuables after you’ve hit the hay. Short on space? Nothing to fear here: this wireless camera is less than six inches high and only weighs have a pound, so you can perch it anywhere.

iPM World’s camera doubles down on security by watching for unwelcome visitors in your home and keeping hackers at bay with complete video encryption. Snag it for $44.99 and enjoy peace of mind without emptying your wallet.

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