Cherry Home has just launched an intriguing new smart home surveillance camera that allows for much more flexibility when setting it up. The new Cherry Home Smart Battery Camera comes with a built-in 9,000mAh battery so you don’t have to worry about installing it near a power outlet. So when you consider that it also supports WiFi, ou have a cleaner and more practical solution that requires much less effort to install.

A battery-operated smart camera offers a number of benefits versus other models that need to be plugged in. First, since it’s off grid, it stays on even if the power goes out. It’s 9,000mAh battery gives it enough juice for prolonged usage. This is especially important in some areas of the country where the power grid’s uptime isn’t as reliable. Currently, I’m writing this from Bicol and there’s already been 2 4-hour power outages in a span of 2 days.

Next is ease and portability of installation. Because there aren’t any wires, cable management isn’t necessary, and you aren’t limited to locations that are close to a power outlet. This also makes it much easier to install yourself, whereas some smart camera systems are best installed by professionals. And the Cherry Home Smart Battery Camera offers both magnetic and non-magnetic wall-mounting options to make it that much easier.

Other notable features of the Smart Battery Camera are Full HD recording that can record 24/7. It also has a built-in microphone and speaker so you can communicate via the camera if needed. Its micro SD slot supports up to 128GB of storage, with optional cloud storage as a subscription for redundancy. It’s IP65 water-resistant to be able to withstand the outdoors as well. Finally, it can notify you more intelligently thanks to AI Human Body detection.

Cherry has been making it easier and more affordable to secure our homes for some time now. If you’re looking to upgrade your home security, the Cherry Home Smart Battery Camera is just Php3,999. And of course, Cherry has a number of IoT cameras as well for different security needs.

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Back when I started MobileTechPinoy in 2012, phablets weren't a thing yet. I enjoyed the stares I got from iPhone owners whenever I whipped out my Samsung Galaxy Note at the time. I'm much more budget-conscious these days though and am perfectly fine with using phones from any of our locally brands.

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