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Today only: Bump up home security with Eufy Security gear at all-time low prices – TechHive


Add a little security to your home for a little less thanks to a one-day sale on Anker’s Eufy Security products at Amazon. The online retailer doesn’t have a ton of deals in today’s sale, but the three deals it does have are excellent.

First up, we have the Eufy Security SoloCam E40 for $100. That’s $20 to $30 cheaper than the usual price, and it’s also the all-time low. The SoloCam E40 is brand-new, but while we haven’t reviewed it yet, it has promising specs. This camera features 2K resolution (no word on the specific resolution dimensions), two-way audio, person detection, a 90dB alarm, and 8GB of local storage for your clips. It’s also wireless, and Anker says the batteries give you up to 120 days on a single charge. Last but not least, the E40 has an IP65 rating for resistance to rain, sleet, and snow.

Next up, we’ve got the eufyCam Solar Panel for $37.49, down from the usual $50 to $60. This IP65-rated solar panel is designed to charge a variety of different EufyCams, including the original camera plus models E, 2, 2 Pro, 2C, and 2C Pro. It has a 13-foot charging cable, and its 2.6-watt solar panel can keep your camera charged with a few hours of direct sunlight every day.

Finally, Anker’s one-day sale has an enticing eufyCam 2 Pro four-camera bundle for $406, down from the usual $580, and another all-time low. This kit includes four cameras plus a base unit, with the 2K-resolution cameras boasting up to 365 days of battery life. Even better, they’re compatible with the aforementioned eufyCam Solar Panel.

[Today’s deal: Eufy Security one-day sale on Amazon.]

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Ian is an independent writer based in Israel who has never met a tech subject he didn’t like. He primarily covers Windows, PC and gaming hardware, video and music streaming services, social networks, and browsers. When he’s not covering the news he’s working on how-to tips for PC users, or tuning his eGPU setup.



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