Security posts

Neos Smartcam – The cheapest way to protect your home

March 16th, 2020 by

I’ve been comparing the Blink XT-2 and the Neos Smart Cam for a few weeks now. It’s a pretty good system and for the price, it’s a great budget setup. You can get yourself 5 cameras for the cheap price of £100. What is the Neos SmartCam? The Neos Smart Cam is an affordable Smart

Ring Doorbell – Is the battery life good?

December 4th, 2019 by

Picking the right Ring Doorbell can be time-consuming, there’s quite a few in their range now. It generally considered, at the time of writing this article that the ring doorbell battery life, this post will help you! Ring Video Doorbell Pro is generally the best option, it’s not the most expensive but is crammed with

Blink XT2 Review – The best all-weather Wireless Security Camera?

December 4th, 2019 by

The Blink Outdoor/Indoor Smart Security Camera Review A few nights ago, I heard someone trying to get into my place. Not entirely shocking given the area I live in (Nice by day, not great by night!). So I decided to get myself a small battery-powered security camera. The Blink XT2 stood out to me, and

How to download & store Wyze camera videos locally

July 5th, 2019 by

Sadly, It’s not easy to do this remotely, as of the moment, the only way to do this is to take the SD card out and download the videos to your PC which effectively makes the task redundant. You can now do this via an option called CMC, it does include an extra fee from

Alexa won’t delete all your Amazon Echo data. Here’s the best you can do

June 14th, 2019 by

Amazon keeps everything you say to your Echo device and you can’t actually delete all the data from your end. The only way to completely remove everything from your Amazon account in terms of data is via a formal request which requires you to call Amazon Customer Service. This will remove all voice recordings and

Alexa Guard – A complete guide on setting up

May 15th, 2019 by

Amazon has started releasing the latest update to the Smart Home Alexa Device, this includes older generations such as the 2nd Generation Amazon Echo. Alexa Guard automatically uses its onboard microphone to listen to specific sounds such as broken glass, smoke alarms & fire alarms.
Once this has been triggered you will receive a notification on your phone / tablet with the Amazon Echo app installed alerting you of the issue.

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