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Perhaps they weren't so good a while ago but now I don't see any big mishaps. Now just about all Comcast customers have access to their still fairly new security system. I only signed up for it because they offered it for $10 a month with my TV and Internet package for a one year contract. It's very toy like and seems like a joke because it's relying on your internet connection and tablet screen they give you. Only three door/window sensors were including with the plan along with a motion sensor. I live in a 2 story condo so this was almost perfect for downstairs but still left my kitchen window short of one.

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“We remain committed to being open to all of the different pieces that are important to our customers. We’ll continue to march down the path of trying to support everything we can. ” I got a similar answer when I asked about support for Apple’s HomeKit technology: “We’ve given it a lot of time. Again, we remain focused on bringing HomeKit support across the product line, but it won’t be available at launch with the Alarm products specifically. ”For doors especially, I much prefer sensors that can be embedded into the door and doorframe, so they’re completely hidden. As I mentioned earlier, Nest really innovated on this front, embedding pathway lights and secondary motion sensors into its Nest Detect sensors. Ring sensors have an LED that lights up when activated, and the base station but not the keypad will chirp when a sensor is activated, but that’s about it. But it’s worth noting that a basic Nest Secure system costs $499 to the Ring Alarm’s $199, and Nest Detect sensors cost $59 each where Ring’s cost just $20 extra Ring motion sensors are priced at $30 each. You can also disarm the system from the app, but in a break from convention, Ring does not offer a key fob for arming and disarming the system. Geofencing that would automatically arm and disarm when you leave and return isn’t supported either. Harris said those were conscious design decisions.

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