Reolink Go Wireless 4G Mobile HD Security Camera Hits Indiegogo

Reolink expands into the 4G LTE security camera market with its first and groundbreaking 3G/4G LTE-enabled outdoor/indoor security camera – Reolink Go, a 100 percent wire-free 1080p 3G/4G rechargeable battery-powered security camera after a stunning debut at CES 2018 back in January. The Reolink Go will soon hit the global crowdfunding platform Indiegogo in late March with favorable offerings.

The launch of Reolink’s first 3G/4G LTE-supported mobile security camera, Reolink Go, strengthens its position as a leading provider of home security products and camera solutions. Reolink Go, a 100 percent wire-free mobile HD security camera, operates on nationwide 3G and 4G LTE wireless networks provided by wireless network service providers including (but not limited to) AT&T (U.S.), Telstra (Australia). Thanks to its 4G-LTE/3G network capability, Reolink Go acts as an ideal video monitoring solution for remote locations, especially in areas with limited or no WiFi network like vacation homes, construction sites, boats, docks, marinas, RVs, campsites, farms, stables, ranches, hunting trails, businesses and more.

The weatherproof Reolink Go is powered by a long-running rechargeable battery (supports months of use on one charge) and also supports eco-friendly and constant power charging with an additional Reolink Solar Panel (sold separately). Flexible powering options provide users a wire-free, portable and budget monitoring alternative in places where running wires is impossible, or power outlets are not available.

Reolink Go can be set up in seconds and easily deployed and re-deployed with a simple tap on the mobile apps. It streams and records up to 1080p HD quality day and night, and captures starlight night vision videos (up to 33ft) in low-light environments. With the built-in smart motion sensor, Reolink Go is capable of sensing movement, sending real-time motion alerts to phone and email inboxes, and recording motions to an inserted micro SD card. Two-way audio allows users to listen in and talk back through the mic and speaker, or even use pre-recorded voice message to even warm or scare off potential intruders or invaders.

“Reolink Go will help keep an eye on places with limited or no WiFi and power,” said Reolink Sales Manager Laura, “and launching it on Indiegogo helps bring this awesome product to millions of early adopters.”

Key Features of Reolink Go: 

100 Percent Wire-free: 100 percent wire-free lets users discreetly place cameras anywhere they want. No wires, no hassles.

4G LTE/3G mobile network: Supports 3G and 4G LTE wireless connections anywhere. The best option for places without Wi-Fi.

Rechargeable Battery: Long lasting power per charge of the battery; money-saving and eco-friendly.

Solar-Powered (Optional): Connect the camera to Reolink Solar Panel to get non-stop power and constant charging.

Starlight Night Vision: See sharper details in stunning clarity with 1080p HD cameras, even in the dark.

1080p Full HD: True 1080p (1920 x 1080) full HD provides clearer and sharper images/videos with 130-degree wide viewing angle.

Weatherproof: IP65 weatherproof Reolink Go braves it all, rain or shine, intense cold or heat.

PIR Motion Detection: Reolink Go alerts users via email or app notifications when motion is detected. It also supports motion recording to a micro SD card.

Two-Way Audio: Built-in mic and speaker to listen in and talk back interactively.

Live View Anytime Anywhere: Live viewing via free Reolink App on a smartphone anywhere and anytime.

Customizable Voice Alerts: The user can record their own alert message and warn anyone uninvited with a personalized audio message when motion is detected.

Pricing & Availability

Reolink Go 100 percent wire-free 4G LTE/3G mobile security camera (the rechargeable battery included) will be priced MSRP at $249.99 and will hit $149.99 per unit on Indiegogo in late March. The solar panel for Reolink Go will be sold separately at $29.99.

Subscription for early-bird discounts and limited rewards began in early March, available both on Reolink’s website and Indiegogo.

A cellular data plan is required for use and can be selected individually by consumers. More supported mobile network service providers will be updated later.