WiLife Pro Turnkey IP-Based Video Security System

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If you're a paranoid playboy, you can't be too rich, too thin or have too many security cameras. Now you can fill your McMansion with these WiLife Pro cameras, hook them up via Ethernet and watch their output on your cellphone or from anywhere in the world you can get online.

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These are smart IP video cameras, and when you link up a WiLife Pro turnkey configuration of cameras with WiLife's Command Center software via your existing Ethernet network, you can play security guard, watching and recording every angle. Looks like everything's included except the dorky security guard uniform and all the donuts you can eat.

Who would use such a system?

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This could be a good tool for small business owners to keep an eye on the store when they're out on the golf course or vacationing in their villa in the South of France. Or it might be come in handy for drug lords who want to keep their armed camps intact, at least for a while. For us, we could definitely use these to keep an eye on those monsters under the bed.

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Too bad these things don't communicate with the mother ship via Wi-Fi, or you could have yourself an instant security network with no wiring necessary. Anyway, the company says the systems are reasonably priced.

WiLife Site [WiLife, Inc.]

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DISCUSSION

I spent nearly 2 DAYS trying to get several of these to work together. The cameras are great, the software is very easy, and one camera at a time on a circuit was no problem.

The router is crap though. I spent quite a bit of time on the phone and puzzling over this thing with some other techs. Theres no available interface for the router to even see what its doing. I was installing them for a small electronics retailer who sells them, so we even got to try out more than one. I wouldn't recommend this product for anybody who needs multiple, reliable security cameras.

Also, no audio. So it doesn't even make a good nanny cam.

These cameras are basically toys.