Cam.ly is the latest company to offer a home security camera monitoring system. Built around an ARM processor, the Cam.ly is an IP camera, but with a difference – you can choose to store video footage on the camera or at the Cam.ly webserver. This provides DVR functionality without all of the equipment.
The Cam.ly has a few other things going for it as well. The ARM processor allows the camera to record video at H.264, using a built in encoder chip. You can also tell the camera to record all the time, or only when motion is detected. Cam.ly also works with any web browser that supports Adobe Flash – ideal for when you don’t want to install a dedicated application on your computer. Best of all is the price – the Cam.ly product sells on their website for $119. For more information check out the Cam.ly FAQ, and we’re also going to be reviewing it as soon as we can get our hands on one.