Netgear a security camera company has launched its debut 4K security camera the Netgear Arlo Ultra. The camera comes with an increased resolution and offers HDR recording, it also includes a built-in spotlight which was previously available separately. The spotlight allows you to record at night with an enhanced 180-degree field of view over last year’s Arlo 2 Pro.
The high resolution of Netgear Arlo Ultra makes it easier for the person to see the minute details like the license plate of the cars. Though, the company announced that you have to pay the extra subscription fee in order to store your security clips in their maximum resolution in the cloud, if not then microSD card is available for online recording.
Apart from the increased resolution, the Arlo Ultra appears to be very similar to the Arlo 2 Pro which was launched last year. But this time it comes with smart person detection and 911-calling functionality, a wireless system with rechargeable battery, and it still includes noise-canceling microphones to let you talk to people through the app.
In this camera box, you will get an Arlo Ultra camera itself along with the company’s new Arlo SmartHub which can attach to the router and gives extended WiFi range to Arlo cameras. The new 4K security camera promises you better stability and courtesy of having all of the cameras on their secure network. As expected this device is not going to be cheap the price of Arlo Ultra is $399.99 including 1-camera set, with both a single camera and the Arlo SmartHub.
In this price include a year’s subscription to Arlo Smart Premier which is usually priced at $119.88. The smart premier uses AI and computer vision to differentiate between people, animals, vehicles, and packages, along with support for up to 1080p video storage for up to 30 days.