How Many Bloggers Does It Take to Screw in an Archerfish Solo?

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How Many Bloggers Does It Take to Screw in an Archerfish Solo?

Installing Archerfish Solo is now as easy as screwing in a light bulb – literally.”  Okay, now we’re talking… a product tag line that promises something I can handle.  No drills, hammers, screwdrivers, or circular saws.

The Archerfish Solo is advertised as “thinking camera” featuring “built-in Homeland Security technology” that allows it to interpret what it sees, so it only shows you what you want to see – those types of activities that made you install a security camera in the first place – rather than making you weed through hours of uneventful video.

Cernium Corporation, makers of the Archerfish Solo, is showing off its latest product at CES. The Archerfish Solo Flood Light Adapter allows the user to install the Archerfish Solo by screwing it into an existing flood light socket.  Hey, that sounds alright.  Now, how many bloggers will that take?

The full press release follows.

Archerfish Solo Flood Light Adapter Debuts at the 2011 International CES

Installing Archerfish Solo is now as easy as screwing in a light bulb – literally

Reston, VA – January 4, 2011 – Cernium Corporation announced today the introduction of the Archerfish Solo Flood Light Adapter, designed to give consumers an innovative way to install and power Archerfish Solo™, the award-winning Thinking Camera™ – simply by screwing it into an existing flood light socket.  This new installation option makes it easier than ever to have Archerfish Solo monitor your home or business for you and alert you only on important events.

“We’re continuously developing products that help consumers keep an eye on the places that matter to them in more effective, convenient ways,” said Craig Chambers, President and CEO, Cernium.  “Archerfish Solo brought ‘video monitoring done right’ to consumers, and now the Flood Light Adapter makes installing Solo as easy as screwing in a light bulb.”

Most flood light mounts are already aimed where you want to monitor for activity, so the Flood Light Adapter is a convenient way to have Archerfish Solo keep tabs on those areas.  The Flood Light Adapter is compatible with standard light bulb fitting E26/Par38, found in most North American flood light sockets.

Archerfish Solo is a compact, wireless IP monitoring camera and recorder with built-in homeland security video technology that understands what it sees.  When something of interest happens, Archerfish® instantly sends a video alert to any number of mobile phones or email addresses.  You can also log in to your personal web portal to view live or event video, change your preferences or manage users from any Internet-connected computer, iPhone or Android phone.

For more information on Archerfish, please visit http://www.myarcherfish.com.

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