There is no shortage of home security options. \u00a0There are big systems, like ADT, to small, such as Netgear's Arlo wireless webcams. \u00a0Entering the fray is a device called Angee. \u00a0It's currently has\u00a03 days left on Kickstarter and so far has raised over $470,000. \u00a0Validation? \u00a0You bet. \u00a0What is it? \u00a0Keep reading.\r\n\r\nIn short, Angee is another home security system. \u00a0It connects to WiFi and can detect motion\/activity thanks to a rotating camera system that can cover 360 degrees. \u00a0It's further complemented by wireless sensors, called security tags, that can be stuck on windows or near doors and enhance Angee's coverage.\r\n\r\nhttps:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?v=rBSGVCVsCYU\r\n\r\nWhat makes Angee unique, aside from its spinning camera system, is that it works with phones to authenticate. \u00a0Walk into the room, Bluetooth is on, and Angee will recognize you, provided you've been added to the safe list. \u00a0Phone dies? \u00a0No problem. \u00a0There is voice recognition as well, which can also be used for\u00a0two-step authentication.\r\n\r\nAngee is 100% battery operated and should last up to 10 hours. \u00a0Presumably there is some sort of charging station as well as the ability to work while plugged in. \u00a0It's not clear how many Angees can work together, but I'd also assume you can have more than one. \u00a0That in mind, though, it would seem that the company behind Angee, Angee Inc, is targeting this security system at apartments and small homes where there are both limited rooms and limited points of entry.\r\n\r\nAngee won't call the police or fire department, but instead will send its owner a notification if it detects some sort of intrusion.\r\n\r\nAngee can also double as a two way webcam, allowing you to interact with those on the other end. \u00a0Moreover, it can capture moments, good or bad, to its internal storage if the power and WiFi goes out, or to 1GB of free cloud storage.\r\n\r\nNeedless to say battery life and its limited reach (one room) should be a bit of cause for concern. \u00a0And while there is a privacy mode to ensure that things aren't captured that shouldn't be, there is always the threat of somebody hacking their way in and using the system against its owner (e.g not home, now let's go break in).\r\n\r\nThe Angee will retail for $429, though you can still snag one for $309, if you're quick.