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Arlo has updated its security camera to go anywhere with a refreshed design and higher-resolution video, although Apple's HomeKit is missing at launch.
The new Arlo Go 2 looks more in line with the rest of the Arlo range, with an elongated body, rather than the squat body of its predecessor. It connects wirelessly via Wi-Fi or 4G LTE and has a rechargeable battery that can be replaced.
It's perfect for temporary habitats, such as a campground, large courtyards where Wi-Fi or Arlo's range won't reach, or even trails.
There is an improved sensor that can now record up to 1080P and has a field of view of 130 degrees. Movies can be recorded on an internal microSD card or, with an Arlo Secure subscription, in the cloud for remote viewing.
A built-in reflector helps with night vision, and a siren can ward off intruders. The camera can be located at any time with its own GPS signal.
Even if Arlo Go 2 does not support Apple HomeKit, it does support Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant and IFTTT.
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