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A division of electronics company Anker, Eufy specializes in smart home security, lighting, and other smart home appliances. If you’re looking for a smart home security camera system without the pain of drilling and running wires, Eufy is a safe bet. Whilst their products come with premium price tags, there’s no monthly subscription for basic video storage and their ecosystem/features are relatively easy to use.
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The Eufy app is simple enough to install and it’s easy to use. It has built-in guided tutorials for setting up Eufy products and supports two-way audio for products that support it. From scaring family members to letting potential tea leaves know you’re watching, Eufy has you covered when it comes to practical security solutions.
Eufy cameras support all the major smart home hubs such as Google Assistant, Amazon Alexa, and Apple Homekit. This means you can control your Eufy products by voice and utilize their video features should your home hub support it. Standard local storage runs through the Eufy camera home base, which includes a 16GB card, although there is an option to store single or continuous recordings via their cloud storage options. These start from around $3 per month for 30 days storage for one camera to $10 per month for up to ten cameras.