Users who wants to set up the security camera that can keep watch in areas without WIFI or that will still be able to keep an eye on things, if users home internet goes out then the Arlo New LTE powered camera may be of interest. This camera is built to go in somewhat remote places like on the barn, cabin or boat dock and also features full HD video recording, weather resistance and the swappable battery.
Original ARLO Go was significantly more expensive at around $400 and it does not Support WIFI and also only recorded in 720p. Second generation it is been bumped up to more modern 1080p that letting users to get a clearer view of what is going on.
The camera batteries will last up to 3 months, if users are using cellular and up to 8 if they are using WIFI though it will obviously depend on how often the camera is activated. The ARLO also added the GPS to the Go 2 that added the spotlight to let see night time events in colour instead of black and white and upgraded the audio, and the users have the real time conversation with someone in front of the camera.
Rather than the audio like push to talk system from the first generation, basically it is similar to Arlo’s Pro 4 Camera but with the focus on being able to put it anywhere there is cell service.
The users will have to pay for Arlo’s Secure Subscription, if users want to have easy access to recorded footage or uses the camera person, animal and the vehicle detection through the camera, does come with the free 3 month trail. The service costs $3 a month for one camera or $10 a month for unlimited cameras.
The subscriptions are becoming standard across cameras and definitely want to take note of the monthly cost for the GO 2and the users can also need to pay for the cellular plan to take advantage of its LTE capabilities. The Go 2 does not have ton of competition from traditional smart home camera companies.