Arlo casts a wide net with its security camera offerings. Whether you want something wireless, hardwired, Wi-Fi enabled, or LTE-enabled, Arlo will have you covered with a well-built, reasonably priced camera.
We like the quality and diversity of Arlo’s offerings, but it’s the wireless cameras that set the company apart from some of its major competitors like Nest and Logitech. You can set up or move the wire-free cameras around anywhere—even outside—thanks to Arlo’s water-resistant design. And the cameras have solid enough battery life that you’ll have to charge them only every four to six months of regular use.
With the possible exception of the Ultra, Arlo cameras are not the fanciest or most cutting-edge cameras on the market, but we really like the flexibility and simplicity they offer.