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Protect your home with three Arlo smart security cameras for 58% off

Arlo Pro 4 Spotlight CameraImage: Arlo

Nothing feels more comforting than checking on your house from a remote location. Personally, I’ve got a security camera for my front door and living room, as I like to keep a close eye on delivered packages and my dog’s whereabouts. If you’re looking for peace of mind, you’re in luck, as Best Buy’s selling the Arlo Pro 4 Spotlight Camera Security Bundle for $249.99, which is a savings of $350. The bundle includes three wireless 1400p security cameras. That’s one hell of a deal right there.

The Arlo Pro 4 cameras have a resolution of 2560×1440 and a field of view of 160 degrees. These cameras can be used either indoors or outdoors, and they work with popular voice assistants like Amazon Alexa and Apple HomeKit. The audio communication works two ways and the cameras can even capture color night vision video. Whether you want to spy on your neighbors with the live streaming feature or set up motion and sound alerts for incoming packages, you can do a lot with these cameras. This bundle also comes with rechargeable batteries, anti-theft mounts, a dual battery charging station, and more.

This is a phenomenal deal, especially for three cameras. There’s no better time than now to make your home more secure.

Get the Arlo Pro 4 Spotlight Camera Security Bundle for $249.99 at Best Buy

Ashley is a professional writer and editor with a strong background in tech and pop culture. She has written for high traffic websites such as Polygon, Kotaku,, and Nerdist. In her off time, she enjoys playing video games, reading science fiction novels, and hanging out with her rescue greyhound.

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