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The slightly scaled-down version of the original Argus can be paired with a solar panel for continuous charging.
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This home security camera makes it easy to monitor everything from kids to elderly parents.
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A unique self-sealing pod prevents dirt and dust from escaping into the air when you empty the vacuum's dustbin.
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Microsoft Office isn't the only game in town—many online office suites offer comparable document, spreadsheet, and presentation programs that are not only compatible with Microsoft Office files, but also free.
This competent cleaner boasts laser navigation and Google Home and Amazon Alexa integration at a fraction of premium-model prices.
With a revised interface, touchscreen support, and additional app features, FreeOffice is a truly viable Office replacement.
D-Link delivers another solid camera, but its app's emphasis on smart-home automation may limit its appeal.
Powerful suction, laser mapping, and an elegant app justify the high price.
Customizable motion detection and a 12-month rechargeable battery are this indoor/outdoor camera's strengths.
It's an excellent cleaner, but Eufy's latest robot vac doesn't distinguish itself enough from the 11s to justify its higher price tag.
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