Keeping your home secure used to require an assortment of sensors, wires, and a nonsensical box with an unintuitive interface. Now all you need is a Canary and the internet. This all-in-one home security system packs in a number of features that help you keep tabs on your home, including a 1080p camera with a 147-degree wide-angle lens, automatic night vision, motion detection, a high-quality microphone, a speaker, and a 90+ dB siren to ward off intruders. It also keeps track of the temperature, humidity, and air quality, offers free cloud storage of recent events, sends notifications to your phone when something's amiss, and, unlike most security systems, is easy to pack up and take with you when you move, making it ideal for renters.
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Tesla isn't the only company making electric cars, so it stands to reason that it's not the only car company repurposing its batteries for home use. While you can argue whether it looks as nice as the Powerwall, the Mercedes-Benz Home Battery is functionally similar. Each module offers a 2.5 kWh capacity, and you can link up to eight of them together, creating an at-home power plant with with a capacity of 20 kWh, more than enough to store up your solar power for those times when the sun's not shining, or just store power from the grid for reuse when it's more expensive.
So you've got a GoPro and a thirst for underwater footage. Unless you're wearing scuba gear, you're probably not going to be able to take it very far down. That's where the Seawolf GoPro Submarine comes in. This submersible vehicle has a built-in waterproof mount for your camera, can reach depths of 30 feet, and can wirelessly transmit live video back to either your phone or a dedicated screen, thanks to a tethered connection to a mini surface boat. A 100% tethered model is also available with up to 30m of cable, and there's an optional Pelican case for keeping all your gear safe during transport.