Wi-Fi security cameras allow you to monitor your home even when you’re away from your computer. Some Wi-Fi security cameras even have a feature that e-mails your phone when it detects someone in the room. Some cameras have heat sensors and most have built-in microphones. If you want to monitor your home while you're away, consider a few brands that receive positive user reviews like Sharx, Panasonic and Cisco Wi-Fi security cameras.
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Sharx Security Network Camera
The Sharx Security Network Camera received an average user rating of 4 out of 5 stars on Amazon.com after 41 customer reviews. This Sharx security camera has moonlight colour vision and a built in microphone as well as motion detection. This security camera supports Internet explorer, Safari, Firefox, Linux, VLC, QuickTime and 3GPP. The Sharx Security Network camera can even stream video to ATT, Sprint, Verizon and T-Mobile smart phones like iPhones and Blackberrys.
Panasonic BL-C131A Network Wireless Camera
The Panasonic BL-C131A Network Wireless Camera received an average user rating of 4 out of 5 on Amazon.com after 239 customer reviews. This Wi-Fi security camera has built in heat sensors that e-mails you when someone walks in the room. There are eight preset shooting positions. This Panasonic camera comes with a one-year warranty. The Panasonic BL-C131A camera does not need a PC to function and has a built-in microphone.
Cisco Wireless Internet Security Video Camera
The Cisco Wireless Internet Security Video Camera received an average user rating of 3.5 out of 5 stars on Amazon.com and comes with a two-way audio feature as well as low light sensitivity. This Wi-Fi camera can send high-quality live video wirelessly throughout your network. External speakers and additional microphone ports are also included. The unit comes with a DC power adaptor, wireless antenna, Ethernet cable, desktop stand, CD-ROM and user documentation.
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