I bought one at Walmart yesterday. Most stores don't have it, but I found one.
I did have to pay $499.00 for it!
*Picture quality is awesome.
*Included 2 door sensors work great!
*Doesn't work much more than 30 feet away from the base station if you are using it outside. That is with nothing but open space, wood and glass between the base station and the camera.
*The camera seems exceptionally well made, however the mounting hardware is very low quality.
*Your base station has to be right next to your router as it is attached with an ethernet cable. So, if your cameras are to be used outside, all of your wifi equipment has to be pretty close to your cameras. I had to move my router and base station to the center of my house on the second floor with cameras approximately 25 to 30 feet away to make the cameras on the front porch and the back porch both work. I can't imagine how close you would have to be if your home was made of concrete and steel.
*The camera is hard to tighten down and keep in the correct orientation to be able to adjust in the future.
*The ball connection is made of very light and low quality aluminum. The second one I mounted snapped right off when I tried to adjust it.
I really like Anker products, and I really want this all to work. I have had 2 calls in to customer support today, one when I had poor signal quality, and one when the hardware broke. Both times, I got to talk to Kevin. He was great and very personable. He clearly wants to help and wants this to be a great product. However, he just answers the phone and relays issues to the technicians, who he says work odd hours. He does also say that they work weekends and are very good. Fingers crossed. I will report back when I get a response via email from the technicians.
I did want to buy this same package from Kickstarter for $329 instead of the $499 I paid at Walmart, but I missed the window.
If the issues I have had aren't resolved however, it isn't worth either unless you have a very small apartment and are mounting the cameras inside. If distance limitations for mounting outside aren't resolved, then I say skip it.