iZON Remote Room Monitor for iDevices

by Mark R

For those who are looking for a personal home monitoring system, complete with cameras, might want to look into the iZON. As its name implies, the iZON is another way of saying “eyes-on”, and the small “i” designates that it is designed to work with iPhones and iPads.

The iDevice user needs to download a Stem:Connect App. It is free, and it guides the user to getting iZON cameras to sync with his or her personal wireless network. There is no need for cables, and the user can set up as many iZON cameras as he or she thinks is necessary on different networks or even different locations.

Yes, you are now the Big Brother man with a private setup. You can configure the iZON to activate when it senses sound or motion, and receive alerts via push notifications. You can stream to your iOS device through EDGE, 3G, or wireless network, and record both audio and video automatically to a YouTube account. Another option includes recording 30 second clips at the touch of a button.

Just like their official site says, iZON is You. There. Simple. You can find out more information about iZON there. If you want to purchase it, one camera costs about $129.95.

2 reviews or comments

rod Says: October 19, 2011 at 6:50 pm

Got one, BUT THE SOFTWARE IS JUST NOT READY FOR SELL.

It has been so difficult to install it than I will have to take it bak to the store. The packaging is great, the product looks awesome, the need is real, technical support and site are great, but the software is just in pre-alpha mode and it should not be for sell yet. I’m an engineering I have spent a lot of time trying to make it work and nothing. The fastest I had get is to see an small image while installing the product.

Eric Says: January 14, 2012 at 12:10 pm

Same as Rod above – I bought two of these – I am an engineer – it simply does not work. I also managed one still image during setup – but that is it. I am now taking them back to the store to get a refund.
This should not be on sale.

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