The Arlo Q ($219.99) is Netgear’s latest entry into the ip camera 720p HD Wifi growing home security camera market. Unlike its wireless outdoor sibling, the Arlo, the Arlo Q is an indoor camera that connects to your home’s Wi-Fi network so you can view live on-demand video using your smartphone. It’s a cinch to set up and provides crisp 1080p video and free cloud storage, and you can use its motion and ip camera wifi outdoor audio sensors to trigger other smart devices by creating If This Then That (IFTTT) recipes. It’s an excellent option, but it doesn’t offer quite as many features as our Editors’ Choice for home surveillance cameras, the Icontrol Networks Piper nv$276.99 at Amazon. The Arlo Q$219.00 at Amazon eschews the overused black puck-shaped design we’ve seen on cameras such as the Nest Cam$149.00 at Amazon, the Samsung SmartCam HD Plus$129.95 at Amazon, and the D-Link DCS-2630L$159.99 at Amazon. Instead, the 2.7-by-2.7-by-1.5-inch (HWD) camera head is shaped like a diamond and shrouded in a white soft-touch casing. It sits atop a best ip camera square base with a thin arm that lets you tilt the camera forward, backward, and sideways. The stand can be used on a desktop or mounted on a wall using the included mounting hardware. Also included is a 10-foot USB power cable and adapter. The camera features a 1080p video resolution at 30fps, a 130-degree field of view, an 8X digital zoom, and 10 infrared LEDS that provide up to 25 feet of night vision. It has 2.4GHz and 5Ghz Wi-Fi circuitry, motion and video camera sound detection sensors, and a smallish speaker and microphone that allows two-way audio communication. You can view live and recorded video and change settings using an Android, iOS, or FireOS mobile device, or with a Web browser. There’s a mini video camera mini USB power port on the back of the camera, Sync and Reset buttons on the right, and a power LED on the front.