Netgear’s newest Arlo security camera — the wire-free Arlo Go — is the company’s first mobile IoT smart camera, designed to be installed wherever you have a good cellular network signal. In other words, you can set up video surveillance in a hotel room, deep in the woods, or in your backyard — anyplace your Wi-Fi network might not reach.
At the heart, the Arlo Go is similar in quality and function to the Netgear Arlo Pro, our Editors’ Choice for Indoor/Outdoor Security Camera. The Arlo Go uses the same intelligent, easy-to-use software and generous basic free cloud storage as the Arlo Pro. Like the Pro, it also captures video quality that ranges from very good to excellent.
The biggest difference between the two is that the Arlo Go has a built-in cellular modem that connects to the internet via 3G and 4G LTE networks. The cellular connection lets you take the Arlo Go with you almost anywhere with wireless coverage. But it also means that in addition to the initial purchase price for the Arlo Go, you’ll have to factor in the cost of a monthly data plan, just as you would for your cellphone.
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