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You can't put a price on peace of mind, but that doesn't mean you have to overpay for home security. It's smarter, more affordable home security for a new generation of DIY-ers.

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TechCrunch

Watch a video of iSmartAlarm's CEO, Raymond Meng, explaining the benefits of the iSmartAlarm system.

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Macworld

So what advantage does iSmartAlarm have over similar smartphone-controlled security systems? Cost. most security systems still have monthly fees, Sutton said while showing off the glossy, white product line at the company?s booth Monday night.

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CNN Tech

...Raymond Meng, president of iSmartAlarm. His company is releasing an iPhone-controlled home alarm system, which Meng says was inspired by the burglary of Steve Jobs' house this summer.

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engadget

Once you do get an alert you can dig into the app itself, where you can see a screenshot of the potential culprit, and choose to either ignore the alert or dial 911.

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TUAW: The Unofficial Apple Weblog

You can spend a fortune or a pittance on a home security system. There are wired systems that contact the police or fire department for you, webcams with motion detection, systems with monthly fees, and systems that are DIY and cost you only for the hardware.

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Electronic House

...it works in conjunction with a user’s smartphone for monitoring, system control, statistics, and more.

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CEPro

Home Technology App of the Year: iSmartAlarm

iSmartAlarm allows every user complete control over their home’s security utilizing the iSmartAlarm smartphone ...[they can] manage, and secure their home, property, and family using their user-friendly and customizable iPhone or Android App.

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Aol On TECH

Watch a video of iSmartAlarm's CEO, Raymond Meng, explaining the benefits of the iSmartAlarm system.

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Brighthand

Those not interested in messing with settings or who don’t know much about wireless IP cameras will appreciate the iSmartAlarm’s easy-to-use system. The iSmartAlarm is also a great option for anyone that doesn't need more than one camera and is simply looking to secure a small home or apartment.

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TrustedNerd

I do suggest getting an iSmartAlarm system if your seeking to protect your home with a self-monitored solution, on a budget. Go pick one up today at iSmartAlarm.com!!

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eHow

What I found here is a solution that does an end run around the traditional monthly fee type of home security systems.

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truly net

The app is good and getting better, and there is every indication that the company is attempting to add new features and capabilities (water sensors, smoke alarms to name a couple).

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