Arlo Versus Eufy Video Doorbells
Arlo and Eufy are two very popular options for wireless home security cameras, they both work over Wi-Fi and are easy to set up. Each company offers a variety of DIY cameras powered by either battery, plug-in, or with a solar power adaptor, along with great video doorbells that compete well with Ring or Google Nest Arlo Price: Doorbell – $145 on Amazon https://amzn.to/35Qc3HA Wireless 2 Camera Kit – https://amzn.to/2X6GmWT Subscription: 3 months of Arlo Smart included, Premier plan is $3/month for 1 camera or $10/month for up to 5 which includes 30 days of 2k video quality stored in the cloud, for 4k resolution, it is $5/month for 1 camera or $15/month for up to 5. Continuous Video Recording is available for an additional fee Storage: Cloud-based on Local storage with a Base Station Video quality: 1536×1536 at frames per second at 24 frames per second – 1:1 Aspect Ratio Ecosystem: Works with Arlo – Can do Alexa Routines, the Aspect ratio isn’t good for home hubs Detection: Smart Detect can identify people, animals, vehicles, and packages Eufy Price: Doorbell: $169 on Amazon – https://amzn.to/2LgH0eI Base Station with 2 cameras: $350 on Amazon – https://amzn.to/2WsLOEh Subscription: No monthly fees for local storage, $3/month / $30/year per device for 30 days of cloud storage or $10/month / $100/year for up to 10 cameras. Storage: 16GB on HomeBase, (approx 180 days). Cloud storage requires a subscription. Video quality: Doorbell – 2K (2560 x 1920) at 20-30 frames per second – 4:3 Aspect Ratio Wireless Camera – 1080p Ecosystem: Eufy – also can trigger Alexa routines Detection: Activity zones & facial snapshot notifications
Check out this video from Smart Home Tech Decisions a partner with RETI featuring RETI team member Brandon Doyle as they compare the Arlo to the Eufy Smart Doorbell Video Camera Systems.
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