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    Archerfish Solo Home Security Camera

    Archerfish Solo Home Security Camera

    Archerfish SoloThe Archerfish Solo is the world’s first consumer SMART wireless security camera that thinks and makes decisions for itself. What do I mean? It can differentiate between moving objects, for example a passing car versus a thief. The camera knows what to ignore, and what to record…subsequently video alerting you by sending the alert to your phone.

    Each video-to-phone alert describes what the video contains, for example, “someone entering your window”.  When you tap the screen to play the video, it gives you play-by-play of the goings on. All of the footage the Archerfish Solo records is uploaded to a portal, which you can customize.

    The Archerfish Solo portal allows you to keep track of multiple cameras, search through the events the cameras capture to review, and set how exactly you want your camera to respond.  You can also save the footage from your Solo system on SD cards or a DVR,

    Each Solo weighs less than six ounces, comes with a kit so you can mount it outside, and retails for $400. The Solo system has a monthly fee tacked onto it for use of the portal at $8 a month for the first unit, and then $4 for each Solo after that.  The Archerfish Solo will debut at the Consumer Electronics Show in January, and will be available soon after. (

    David Novak
    David Novak
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