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Lowe’s Iris has one standout feature: affordable add on equipment. You’ll have to pay a bit more upfront than Frontpoint to get set up around $200, but Iris’ extra sensors generally run from $8 to $15 — that’s 30 to 50 percent cheaper than sensors from the rest of the competition. Iris also has the largest selection of third party home automation devices — we’re talking anything from WiFi garden sprinklers to smartphone controlled doggy doors. But there’s one obnoxious downside: Lowe’s doesn’t offer an equipment warranty for Iris, so if you encounter a defective device past the 90 day return window, don’t expect Lowe’s to help. Designed for small homes and apartments, Canary keeps it simple with just one feature packed tower that hosts a high quality camera, an air quality sensor, and a siren. You won’t find any entry sensors with Canary, so for homes with many access points, consider one of our other picks. Of course, it could also be a negative for people who don't trust themselves to install the system on their own.

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The Nest Cam security camera is easily installed, requiring being plugged in and then having the associated app downloaded; there is no additional hub required, which cuts down on system costs.

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