Home Security - Korner home security is simple, affordable, versatile

When someone mentions “home security,” it evokes images of cameras, wires, sensors, and a little warning sign posted in the yard. If you agree, you wouldn’t be wrong. That’s how the common security system is perceived. But things have been changing over the years. Advances in technology have transformed home security products, making them more accessible and easier to use.

If you’re interested in easy – like, really easy – you couldn’t do any better than Korner. Korner, which is currently funding on Indiegogo, is a simple yet genius home security product. There’s only three parts to set up: wireless router fob, the tag, and the mobile app for Android or iOS. The single-piece tag is as easy to “install” as putting a sticker, well, anywhere.

Korner works by detecting motion of the object its attached to, such as a door or window. The sensors in the tags can determine when there has been an entry. The sensors are smart enough to know the difference between an entry and vibration, so false alarms are kept to a minimum. What happens when there is an actual entry? The tag communicates to fob, which in turn sends an alert to your mobile device. From there, you can notify authorities, friends, or neighbors.

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