Vimtag's Remote Home Monitoring Cameras Offer Unique Benefits

Vimtag’s line of uniquely designed home monitoring camera sys tem are ideal for use in basic home security viewing, monitoring of elderly or challenged family members or pets, or even for employee monitoring for businesses.

(New York) - A quick online search shows that there is certainly no shortage of home monitoring video cameras on the market these days.


But one company's new tech twists are offering some intriguing new benefits that homeowners have not seen before.

Vimtag's line of uniquely designed home monitoring camera sys tem are ideal for use in basic home security viewing, monitoring of elderly or challenged family members or pets, or even for employee monitoring for businesses.

Vimtag's home monitoring cameras allow users to see what is happening inside the house from any computer, smartphone, or tablet, no matter where they are in the world.

With a simplified setup, Vimtag's P2P technology creates a personalized home security camera network when cameras are place strategically throughout a home.

Instead of a single static wide shot like some cameras on the market, Vimtag's cameras remotely pan and tilt to capture as much of a room as possible.

Users can quickly access the home network with a smartphone via Vimtag's iPhone and Android Apps.

Vimtag cameras are strong, quiet, and durable and offer a number of onboard features including motion detection, microphones, and Wi-Fi connectivity.

Several aspects make Vimtag's product line unique for consumers and homeowners:


* Vimtag offers an outdoor camera version allowing for both indoor and outdoor safety monitoring with the same user account. All Vimtag camera products work together to ensure that a home is safe and monitored when a resident isn't there.

* One new Vimtag tech tool that really sets it apart is its innovative "SOS" accessory add-on that makes the product a camera and panic button in one. If a family member has an emergency, he/she can call for help with a simple click of a button. That SOS button alerts an emergency contact who can check in visually and vocally through the monitoring camera to see what the situation is and how to help.

* Other camera systems offer video storage for a fee. Vimtag sports a cloud box that offers up to 60 days or storage from four cameras. Vimtag charges no monthly fee and users can access the stored video via the internet. Because it is a cloud box storage system the stored video is safe even if the camera is st olen or damaged.


The Vimtag product line has product packages ranging from $99.95 for a single indoor unit to $339.95 for several outdoor cameras.

A combination Vimtag Indoor & Outdoor Surveillance Kit offers one camera each and sells for $199.95.

The entire product line is available at Amazon.com and at www.vimtag.us

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