The second-generation Essential Indoor Camera starts at $39.99, which is significantly cheaper than the $99.99 starting price for the first-generation model. And is cheaper than Ring’s indoor camera at $59.99. For the base price of $39.99, the new Arlo Essential Wired Indoor Camera only gives you HD/1080p resolution, but if you want 2K resolution, you can opt for it for $79.99 more expensive.
Like its predecessor, the updated interior camera offers features like a 130-degree viewing angle, night vision, and a built-in siren. Arlo cameras require a paid Arlo Secure plan starting at $4.99 per month for features like recorded video and setting activity zones.
Other updates also start at a lower cost.
Arlo is announcing these updates just ahead of Amazon’s devices and services event, scheduled for Wednesday morning. We may see announcements from Amazon’s Ring that will compete with Arlo’s suite of updates.