The Vue is an Internet-connected system that enables you to watch video feeds and remotely control as many as 50 wireless cameras via the Web or a new, free application for Apple’s iPhone.
There’s no motion detection or audio, it doesn’t work in the dark and its recording capabilities are limited. The basic Vue system, which usually costs $299 (Rs 13,419) and is currently on sale for $50 (Rs 2,243) less, can be purchased from VueZone.com, or through Amazon.com.
It consists of two cameras and a compact, antenna- like device called a gateway. The kit comes with clever magnetic swivel mounts, and extra cameras are $99 (Rs 4,441) apiece. The Vue doesn’t use Wi-Fi but creates its own network between the gateway and cameras.