All-in-one security systems to watch your home 24/7 (part 2)


Guardzilla 360

Price: $200

Works with: Google Assistant, Amazon Alexa

The Guardzilla 360, coming with a 100-decibel siren, motion detection, remote arming and disarming, is a quirky all-in-one home security system. However, the standout feature of Guardzilla 360 is its 360-degree 1712p HD live video feed, helping you see everything happening in each room at the same time in high definition.

LG Smart Security

Price: $200

Works with: built-in Z-Wave hub, Amazon Alexa

The LG Smart Security features 1080p live streaming, a built-in Z-Wave hub, Alexa voice integration, and optional professional monitoring from security firm ADT. It is a decent choice for all-in-one home security, however, it doesn’t offer the free cloud storage which you can find with Guardzilla and other standalone systems. It can be controled with your voice using the related Alexa Skill and also offers professional monitoring courtesy of ADT’s month-to-month Canopy service.

Sens8

Price: $200

Works with: N/A

The Sens8 with a vague hourglass shape, night vision, a built-in siren, and HD resolution is another all-in-one home security system, sharing many similarities with its competitors. The Sens8 also has environment sensors which monitor temperature, light, and humidity as well as free video storage via Dropbox and a two-hour battery backup. However, currently, it doesn’t work with any smart home brands.

Somfy One

Price: £229 (roughly $300 converted)

Works with: Google Assistant, Amazon Alexa

Home security startup Myfox was acquired by smart window shade maker Somfy in 2016. Therefore, since then, the Myfox home security accessories range are offered under the Somfy brand. This brand also introduced the Somfy One, a new all-in-one security system with a motion sensor, an HD live streaming camera, and an integrated 90-decibel siren. The Somfy One is available in the United Kingdoms, but currently not sold in the United States.