The Netgear Arlo Q security camera was launched just over a month ago and I’ve finally had the chance to sit down and write up my thoughts about this HD security cam.

Following on from the wireless and weatherproof Arlo HD camera, Netgear are now offering a full-featured indoor camera which is not limited by the compromises needed to implement the wireless Arlo.

Read the full review over at GadgetyNews.

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