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    This Chinese brand you might not be familiar with has some quality home security products that are both affordable and compatible with Windows (mostly).
    Yi (the consumer brand name of the less punchy and harder to pronounce Xiaoyi) is a Chinese company that makes a number of connected camera products. Alongside the M1 mirrorless and range of action cameras, Yi has a few different home cameras, and it's the entry level one I recently picked up in Amazon's holiday sales.
    Normally it costs $28.99, which makes it astonishing value. The range is also compatible with Windows, though to get the most you'll still need a companion iPhone or Android device.

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    01-02-2018 02:10 PM

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