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"Here's a closer look at what you can expect from all three of Nest's new home security products. Nest SecureEasily the most elaborate product introduced by Nest, Nest Secure actually uses three different components to secure your home. The Nest Guard circular base unit looks like a smart home speaker that's been cut by a third. It features a keypad for arming and disarming your home alarm. Nest GuardThere's also a panic button on the back of the Nest Guard, and let me tell you, having heard the alarm when someone pressed it in Nest's demo area, it is good and loud. Nest Guard connects wirelessly to Nest Detect, a compact sensor you attach to either a window or door. The 3. 2 inch sensor also features a nearby magnet; open the door or window, and a magnetometer in the Detect is triggered, sounding the alarm. In a particularly handy feature, there's a button you can press on the Nest Detect that disarms the sensor so you can open the door without bothering everyone in the house with an alarm; the sensor rearms when the door is shut. Nest DetectThe final piece of the puzzle is Nest Tag, which attaches to your keyring. It allows you to tag in and out of the house for those times you don't want to fiddle with the keypad on the Nest Guard.

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• Design is weather resistant. Protecting your outdoor cameras is not a worry since every camera is made with material that is weather resistant. • 8 channel DVR. This feature helps you to have a view on all eight different locations at the same time. • TruBlu blue DVR illumination. This feature helps you to have a better view of everything that is recorded on your security system. • 1TB SATA II hard drive. The hard drive works wonder because it is able to work on load of data at a time giving you the assurance that all the data going on is being recorded. • Selectable resolutions for recording. Depending on your preference you may change resolutions when you record. • Flexible recording settings.

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01.14.2007 | 16 Comments

As an aside, this may easily be mitigated by shopping locally. The convenience of online shopping can either be seen as a cementing of globalization which believe it or not may be a good thing or it may be viewed as the destruction of the local community jobs lost from the closure of small local retail outlets who can in no way compete with the pricing of larger companies who are able to buy products in vast quantities for resale. Remember what Walmart did to local communities?This shift of stability offered the perfect opening for products whose sole purpose was to alleviate fear and support the illusion of control. This isn’t the first time a product has been marketed for the sole purpose of assuaging fear, and it won’t be the last. Fear of loss of comfort and protection is one of those conditions hard wired into us as a species. ‘Mine’ draws a line in the sand between the perceived inner world and the outer world. From this stems a need to control not only the apparent controllables, but also random happenings and any other events which may lead to loss; risk management at a very personal level. Even though Doorbell Cameras are considered a realistic way to curtail crime, the owners and installers of these devices often violate ethical considerations, both at a personal level and at a social level. Reasonable expectation of privacy is a topic we all assume to be for our own benefit and as a deterrent to crime. Yet without notifying those being filmed or photographed, we may be breaking laws. In most states it is only legal to film one’s own front door.