Logitech Alert 750i Indoor Master - HD-Quality Security System
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- Please note: Logitech Alert Digital Security Systems are not backwards compatible with Logitech WiLife Digital Security Systems
- HD-quality video and 130 Degreeswide-angle lens
- Free, remote viewing of live video on your computer or smart phone (iPhone, Android or BlackBerry)
- Motion-triggered recording and alerts
- Windows-based PC needed for set-up and control
- Complete indoor digital video security system?easy to install, no new wiring or networking needed
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|Item Dimensions||3.78 x 9.92 x 8.66 inches|
|Item Weight||2.1 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||2.9 pounds|
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|Color||Black/silver||White||Black||Black and White|
|Dimensions||3.78 inches x 8.66 inches x 9.92 inches||2.65 inches x 2.56 inches x 2.95 inches||4.5 inches x 3.15 inches x 3.15 inches||4.13 inches x 1.81 inches x 2.6 inches|
|Item Package Weight||2.9 pounds||0.8 pounds||1.45 pounds||1.4 pounds|
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From the Manufacturer
Be there even when you're not.
Get peace of mind in a box. The Logitech Alert 750i is a complete digital video security system giving you instant access to crystal-clear HD-quality video anytime, anywhereÑon your mobile phone, online or at your computer.
Logitech Alert 750i Indoor Master
Digital Video Security System
|Alert 750i Indoor Master System |
|•||Free apps for mobile viewing|
|•||Free viewing over the web|
|•||Built-in DVR recording|
Free apps for anytime access to live video
See what's happening on any camera, from anywhere
HD-quality video and wide-angle lens
Get the detail and coverage you need
See the difference with HD
No professional installer, extra wires, IP address setting, or router resetting needed
Free, secure online access to live video
Watch live HD video from any PC or Mac
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Motion-triggered alerts sent to your phone or email
Be in the know, when you're on the go
Built-in DVR recording
Every camera works as a DVR with integrated memory card for secure, robust backup
2 GB microSD card included with each camera
Powerful software for total control
Manage your entire video security system with your PC, or through Mac via browser
Indoor and outdoor expandability
Add on cameras to extend your security coverage
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Top Customer Reviews
I have an Apple router but run Windows 7 on my PC; I'm also using the free application on my iPhone. I had zero problems with the software install, even when it came to Window's firewall. I'm currently running 2 indoor cameras and 1 outdoor camera...but, I actually plan on using nothing but outdoor cameras for my entire system (to include for inside surveillance). And that's about the only real issue I have with the system. The indoor camera works awesome and does what it should. It delivers good quality color video and even over the iPhone application or over the web (from Logitech's website), all of my friends all have said, "Wow, that looks awesome!" BUT, and it's a big BUT, once the sun goes down, the indoor cameras are very limited. Shy of the bad guy turning on all of the lights in my house, then committing his crime, the indoor camera is of little use during nighttime hours. And at first, I was okay with that because I'm home at night and it's actually the daytime when nobody is home. But then I bought the outdoor Logitech camera and WOW, what a difference because it holds the very same quality as the indoor camera, but also does a phenomenal job at night. So with that, I'm going to return the indoor cameras and use the outdoor cameras for outside as well as inside.Read more ›
- When the router gets rebooted, invariably you can't connect to the camera without going back and fixing some part of the configuration.
- Remote viewing through dynamic IP addresses is flaky, and many DDNS solutions don't work very well. And do you really want a static IP address just for this?
- You need a computer switched on near the camera, or a web-server that the camera can stream to. That's somewhat awkward.
- The image quality is so-so, and tends to be good enough to see a person entering a room, but hard to identify who it is.
I'm pleased to say that the Logitech Alert system beats any of the others I've tried hands-down, and it's clearly designed with absolute simplicity in mind, together with the need to connect with the camera system remotely without a degree in network engineering.
Everything is provided in the box, including various mounts, network cables and software. It took more time to individually unwrap each component than connect it together - the whole system was live in under 5 minutes. The software updates itself in seconds, and even setting up user accounts on their website took no time at all. In terms of positioning the camera, it's possible to place it on a stand, screwed to a wall, or attached to a window using the suction cup provided.
This package does several things (very) well:
- The software is extremely simple to use, yet offers some bells and whistles such as motion alerts by email, live recording and playback, and basic controls such as zoom.Read more ›
All the cameras are connected via 3 TrendNet PoE switches which have been tested to support up to 4 cameras with no drop in power or video quality. The Alert Commander software is still in its infancy (sufficient for me) and I am certain Logitech will provide improvements in the future including the ability to customize an alert schedule instead of a simple turn on/turn off mode. The motion sensor is still being tested for its sensitivity and reliability but the ability to create zones of the viewing area is a nice touch. Audio feature is also nice but not available with the iPhone/Android viewing.
Love the ability to view over the web as well as with the Android app on my smartphone.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Love this thing!! Works great. Txts me or emails me every time I get a package or someone comes to my door. Suction cups perfectly to my window. Highly recommend. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Happy Amazoner
Logitech has discontinued this camera. (MOST LIKELY BECAUSE OF THE FAILURE RATE) They refuse to sell replacements to their past customers who now have defective cameras. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Charles M
I have had both the Logitech and its predecessor system [wilife] and find them great when they work. Read morePublished 10 months ago by James E. Rohan
UPDATE: Based on my early experience with this system recommended it to several customers and installed many. Read morePublished 10 months ago by E. Pena
Great product, video quality is great and super easy to set up. View remotely and can set up a record area of the picture that has movement using a click and drag method with easePublished 18 months ago by retired and outdoors
The software for this thing is poor. The image quality when run through the building's wiring is miserable. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Sean
Customer service is gopd-awful. The people who answer the phone seem to know not-much. I have spent hours and hours with the Logitech people on the phone about this product. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Q. Wang