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All-new Ring Alarm 5-piece Kit From Amazon

The All-new Ring Alarm improves on the previous version and has an optional 24/7 monitoring service for only 10 bucks per month. A great DIY whole home alarm setup for anyone. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. A great fit for condos and apartments, this kit includes one base station, one keypad, one contact sensor, one motion detector, and one range extender. Put whole-home security at your fingertips with Ring Alarm , a do-it-yourself alarm system with optional 24/7 professional monitoring for $10/month. Voted #1 for Customer Satisfaction with DIY Home Security Systems by JD Power, this award-winning system now includes a more intuitive keypad with emergency buttons and smaller contact sensors to seamlessly blend into your home. Receive mobile notifications when your system is triggered, change your Alarm modes, and monitor all your Ring devices all through the Ring app. Choose the Ring Alarm kit that fits your needs and add additional componen

Is Your Personal Data Actually Private? Not really.

Over 99% of any personal data you have input in a form online, is possibly still floating around in cyberspace waiting to be scraped by data brokers, data miners, or hackers. Data that is supposed to be private these days very seldom seems to stay that way. What can you do about it? There are many methods to this madness. However, only a few actually seem to work well enough to tell a difference. Getting your data removed from data brokers sites is time consuming, difficult, and the instructions to remove your data is usually vague. They want to keep your data for a reason and that reason is earning money through advertising or other means sometimes unethical. If you or your family are tired of receiving robocallers, bogus debt collection calls, strange emails, or letters in the mail for things that have nothing to do with you then you need to check out DeleteMe . DeleteMe offers an affordable service to those who's data privacy is an utmost priority. You sub

Razer Ifrit Headset Review

     The SM4RT T3CH Product of the day for 7/27/2020 is a great headset from Razer called the Ifrit . The headset utilizes earbuds and a comfortable neck band to keep it in place. The built in microphone has excellent clarity and reduces background noise. The headset plugs into your PC with a usb adapter that allows for a second microphone input for audio splitting, mixing, or even for interviews.     This headset is primarily aimed at gamers/broadcasters, however, I currently use this headset for working from home. As a remote worker, conference calls are the new norm and zoom meetings haunt everyone's dreams. I struggled with clear audio for the meetings I run and attend, probably due to my ancient Logitech headset from 7 years ago. Upgrading to the Ifrit was seamless and easy. Just a simple USB plug and a single audio cable. Quality is much better and the external audio controller with a physical mute button is a nice to have.     If you are in the market for a better headset/mi