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Logitech Unveils Alert HD video Security App for iPad

Apr 13 2011, 9:55am CDT | by , in News | Digital Camera

iPad native app lets you keep an eye on things

Logitech Unveils Alert HD video Security App for iPad
 
 

If you want to be sure your home is secure when you are away on business or vacation there are a lot of different ways you can do that. Logitech has its cool Alert digital video security system. This system connects to your computer and records video from cameras around your home.

The cool part is that not only does the camera record the security footage in your home, but also that footage can be access from a mobile device like a smartphone. You can also access the video footage from Google TV devices and the Logitech Revu as well. Logitech has announced that it has now expanded the devices that can access the security video to include the iPad as well.

“The Logitech Alert app for the iPad was designed to be a true mobile extension of the Logitech Alert HD video security system, and delivers on our goal to help you protect what matters most anytime, anywhere,” said James Lopez, general manager of digital video security for Logitech. “The Logitech Alert app for the iPad enhances our digital video security system by bringing users brilliant and clear HD video combined with rich audio for monitoring on the go.”

The Alert app for the iPad was developed specifically for HD video surveillance using the iPad. The app allows the user to watch the security video in 720p HD format and it works with Logitech's video cameras. The app also provides the user with sound that the cameras pick up.

The app for the iPad is free for users that already have the surveillance system installed. The Logitech Alert 750i Master System sells for $299.99 and the Logitech Alert 750e Outdoor Master System sells for $349.99. Other add on cameras include the 700i add-on for $229.99 and the 700e Outdoor add-on for $279.99.

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