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This AI-powered security camera is just $50 today

This security camera uses Artificial Intelligence (AI) in order to distinguish between family members and intruders
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December 30, 2019
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Security cameras have come a long way since their humble inception—allowing users to keep a detailed eye on their belongings and even their loved ones while they're away from home.

This blurams Dome Pro 1080p Security Camera, however, takes things to an entirely new level by offering next-generation facial recognition technology, and it's available for over 15 percent off at just $50 for a limited time.

Ideal for both security and interacting with your loved ones while you're away, this security camera uses Artificial Intelligence (AI) in order to distinguish between family members and intruders.

You'll be able to create a database of friends and family members who regularly visit your home and be instantly aware when anyone who hasn't been approved is in the house, and 1080p HD resolution means that your feed is crystal-clear at all times.

This camera even comes with 355-degree viewing angles and 105-degrees of vertical rotation—offering unparalleled views of any room in your home. You'll also be able to view four cameras simultaneously using an integrated app.

Keep an eye on your home the smart way with a blurams Dome Pro 1080p Security Camera for just $50—over 15 percent off its usual price.

Prices are subject to change.

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