Today NETGEAR introduced Arlo™ Q 1080p HD Security Camera with Audio (VMC3040), the newest member of the award-winning Arlo IP camera family (www.arlo.com). With brilliantly detailed 1080p high-definition video and two-way communication, Arlo Q gives smart home security its biggest IQ boost yet.
To read the complete press release please visit: NETGEAR introduces Arlo Q.
To learn more about the product please visit: Arlo Q Specifications.
To see our new product video please visit: Arlo Wire-Free and Arlo Q Smart Security Cameras. The Perfect Pair. Every Angle Covered.
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In order for the Arlo Q to operate you must have an internet and WiFi connection via router on your home network. You would not be able to connect an Arlo Q to an Arlo Base Station. See system requirements: Arlo Q Specifications.
Also consider taking a look at the Arlo Q FAQ for more information.
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Great to see the release notes mention Australia, but the prices listed don't have an Australian price.
Any info on pricing for us down under?
Not yet. The Arlo Q will be available in Australia sometime early next year, but far enough out that pricing is not yet set.
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That looks great. I have a few questions about the Arlo Q.
(1) At the moment on the pre-order it seems only available in the US. Will it be available in the UK and when?
(2) In the UK will the 24/7 recording option become available. And also will it be able to save videos permanently to a PC?
(3) As someone said here, it will be good to know about the length of the cord.
Thanks for your help, have a great day
That sounds like a very nice piece of kit. I wanted a camera for inside my garage. This might be the ticket.
I'll give it a few months and let other people "beta test" it for me first though.
I just hope Netgear are still working on improvements for the existing Arlo system, rather than abandoning it for new hardware.
I have the arlo 3 camera plus one camera and I ordered another camera but have not put it in.
I have the basic station. I would like to
1. Add the Q
2. Upgrade to annual 1 year elete
3. add the new camera on which would be five cameras and the Q when it comes.
Also how can I, if I can get live, does that happen with the Q?
Will this camera be able to record through windows at night time?
Most cameras find it difficult at night time as the LED lights on the front reflect too much light back and you generally get terrible glare
Since I never received a answer about adding the Arlo Q to my existing 5 camera setup. I ordered the blink.com 3 camera system for only $189.00. The reviews look good and Im pretty impressed with the demo video a buyer posted. The only negative item I've read is that it took longer to get to market then originally stated but now they're shipping.
With the Basic plan there is a 5 camera limit with any combination of wired or wire-free cameras. So if you have 5 wire-free cameras currently, you would need to change your subscription to accommodate an Arlo Q device.
Has anyone found a release date for Australia? Or if I buy it through Amazon will it be operational in Australia?
Any further update to this question? Looking to add one to my system but zero info as to an Australian onsale date and cost. 😞