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Defenders projects up to 97 percent of its clients will have some form of smart home technology within 12 months. “We think the residential security business will continue to grow and the growth will accelerate because there will be more smart home components,” Boyce said. That’s pretty impressive penetration considering Defenders didn’t get into smart home devices until 2014. The company then backed off of those sales for a time to re evaluate and retest the market. This year, it has jumped back in full force. “We’re a test and measure company,” Boyce said.

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99, it offers all of the features of the earlier models, such as motion and sound detection, time lapse recording, and free cloud storage, and it adds mechanical pan and tilt and support for IFTTT applets. That makes it our Editors' Choice for affordable home security cameras. Top Rated Smart Home Surveillance CamerasWyze Cam Pan at $29. 99MSRPArlo Pro 2 at $479. 99MSRPiSmartAlarm iCamera Keep Pro at $199. 99MSRPTend Secure Lynx Indoor at $59. 99MSRPSkyBell HD at $199. 00MSRPNest Cam Outdoor at $199. 00MSRPWyzeCam at $19. 99MSRPHoneywell Lyric C2 Wi Fi Security Camera at $169. 99MSRPNest Cam IQ Indoor at $299.

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We reviewed Brinks against three other home security competitors, evaluated three of its home security plans and took note of all the positive and negative features. Brinks absolutely excels at customer service and smart home features, doesn’t require a landline, and offers the “fastest alarm response” right to your smartphone. But the company lacks in its diversity of contract options, availability of any kind of theft guarantee, and in its transparency of some key features and prices. Whether or not the security system is “easy on you” is up for interpretation. If you’re well versed in current technology trends and appreciate the involvement of your smartphone and touchscreen devices for your home, you’re in luck. Brinks Home Security is incredibly tech oriented and partners with the Nest brand for low maintenance, sleek tech options in the most basic Brinks package called “Nest Secure. ” These kinds of home automation features, which correlate with customer satisfaction according to J. D. Power’s survey, allow for your security system to be a hub for other smart devices, like automated locks and voice assistants. But they also might be more complicated than some people are looking for. Brinks may have everything you need for your home security system and it may be “tough on bad guys” with quick sensors and alarms, but it will likely only seem easy to those familiar with smart homes and smartphone technology.

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