As we head into CES 2018 – kicking off this week in Las Vegas – we’ll be hearing a lot about the new tech coming to market. A lot of it will be released later this year, but there’s some conceptual stuff too. Reolink’s new high-tech security cameras, however, are anything but conceptual.
Unveiling soon, are the Reolink Go 4G camera, Reolink Argus 2, and several 4K capable security cameras. Ooh la la.
Reolink Go 4G Camera
The Reolink Go is a 4G mobile-cellular security camera which has no wires, at all.
The Reolink Go 4G Camera is a mobile/cellular security cam, which is “100% wire-free” and battery-powered. It’s designed to capture more than high-quality video – while offering a live feed – it’s also meant to provide coverage even in locations where there are no networks, Wi-Fi or otherwise, and power outlets. Think, outdoor and remote applications.
Assuming accessories will be available, Reolink claims the model will be flexible with alternate hardware including solar-power components.
Reolink Argus 2
The Reolink Argus 2 is also “wire-free” and features unique starlight technology support.
The Reolink Argus 2 is the follow-up to the original device with the same name, and will also be “100% wire-free” with a rechargeable battery.
Of particular note is the starlight technology embedded within, that allows the camera to capture even HD-quality video at night, with only the stars as a backdrop.
Reolink will also be showing off some 5-megapixel “Super HD” and 8-megapixel Ultra-HD (4K) security cameras at the show. They’re said to have “high-quality sensors” which can capture incredibly detailed video and audio. The company claims the launch of all this gear will volley the surveillance industry to new heights.
Whether you’re into the gear that Reolink is offering or not, it’s impossible not to get at least a little excited for this news. It means that smart home security, as a whole, is evolving considerably and it won’t be long before we see more of this tech hit the market.
Still, Reolink’s new gear sounds like no slouch, either.
If you’re attending the event and want to check out Reolink’s new tech, head on over to booth 41355, in hall A-D, at the Sands Expo.