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You can get this $130 Nest Cam alternative for just $45

The iPM World HD Panoramic WiFi Camera captures 1080p footage, uses encryption to secure your feed, and won’t break the bank.
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September 19, 2018
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Home security is tricky. On the one hand, you only want the best products to watch over your valuables; but, on the other hand, not all of us can justify dropping upwards of $300 on a Nest Cam. There simply needs to be a balance, and it could lie with iPM's World HD Panoramic Camera, which is on sale today for only $45 — 65 percent off its usual price.

Offering 360 degrees of uncompromised viewing potential, this IP camera lets you watch over an entire room straight from your smartphone. You can rotate the camera via the WiFi client to get the perfect viewing angle, and its compact size makes it an easy fit even if your space is a bit crowded.

However, what makes iPM's camera truly stand out are its encryption protocols. Similar to any other WiFi-connected device, home security cameras are vulnerable to being hacked, which, in an ironic turn of events, means a hacker could be spying on you through your home security device. This camera supports a number of encryption protocols to ensure that doesn't happen, giving you even more peace of mind.

iPM's World HD Panoramic Camera usually retails for $129.99, but you can get it on sale today for only $44.99, saving more than 60 percent off for a limited time.

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