Reolink Go Is A Wire-Free 4G LTE Security Camera, Now Available On Indiegogo

Reolink has launched its latest security camera, the Reolink Go, and it's being crowdfunded on Indiegogo right now. This is a wire-free security camera, that also supports 4G LTE. This means that you'll be able to put it somewhere that doesn't have WiFi access - maybe your backyard or near your garage - but still be able to record what's happening. This isn't the first 4G LTE security camera to be announced, but it is the first to support multiple carriers. The company says that it'll work with AT&T and T-Mobile in the US (also T-Mobile in Germany), EE Limited, Vodafone, O2, Three UK, Wind Tre and many more. So the company has gotten many carriers in many different countries on-board with the Reolink Go.

The Reolink Go has a pretty long battery life, lasting around three months on a single charge, and the battery is rechargeable. So you won't need to worry about stocking up on AA and AAA batteries for this camera. Reolink's Solar Panel does work with the Go, so you can also charge it using solar energy if you wish to do so. Though this will likely only really work in sunny locations. It is 100% wire-free, so you can mount it outside your home, or even on a tree if you wish to do so. Reolink has added night vision here, and it is able to capture better and sharper videos at night - up to around 33-feet. It will stream in 1080p resolution, with a 130-degree viewing angle. So it should be able to capture the entire front of your home, and then some. This is actually a popular feature with many security cameras these days. Another popular feature is the fact that it does have two-way audio, so you can talk to whoever is in sight of the camera.

There is also cloud storage here, so that you are able to save motion-triggered recordings securely to the Relink Cloud. Of course, if you don't want to use the cloud storage, you can pop in a micro SD card to save all of your recordings. As far as pricing goes, you can pre-order the Reolink Go now for 52-percent off of its regular price. So instead of paying $250, you can pick it up for $119. There are also more specials available on Indiegogo for those that want to pick up multiple Reolink Go's.

 

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