Our sister site, Engadget, got a chance to try out the iSmartAlarm, which is a Wi-Fi camera set with LED lights that send an alert to your iPhone if it detects movement in your home. There’s a number of options, including being able to see the movement, call 911 or just ignore it. You can also get a remote tag (the site boasts it will track children and pets), motion sensor and contact sensors for use in a window or door.

We’ve tested a number of home security systems that work with iOS, most recently the SwannSmart ADS-450 WiFi Network Camera. With a sub-$100 entry price — the camera is $79, Engadget reports — this system might be attractive to those looking for an iOS-based security system. iSmartAlarm is seeking funding through IndieGogo, however the page is not active yet.

CES 2013: iSmartAlarm promises a sub-$100, iOS-based security system originally appeared on TUAW – The Unofficial Apple Weblog on Tue, 08 Jan 2013 07:30:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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